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A New Replacement for Hip Replacements

How good are the newest artificial hips? I'll say this much: you can survive a dislocation with no medication -- if you've spent a lifetime quaffing Greek wine.


TUESDAY 25. SEPTEMBER 2007


How "Fresh" is Air Freshener?

A study finds that many of them are high in phthalates EM] chemicals that have been linked to adverse health effects in high doses


SATURDAY 22. SEPTEMBER 2007



THURSDAY 20. SEPTEMBER 2007


Getting Better Numbers on Drugs

As police and lawmakers continue the fight against substance abuse, researchers are working on new ways to gauge America's addictions

Men's Breasts: No Joking Matter

A new report says gynecomastia, or male breasts, occurs in nearly half of all men. But most of the time, it's nothing to worry about


TUESDAY 18. SEPTEMBER 2007



THURSDAY 13. SEPTEMBER 2007


Are We Prepared for Another Tsunami?

A series of earthquakes in Indonesia bring back haunting memories of the 2004 tsunami, and prompt concerns over whether we're ready to handle another disaster


WEDNESDAY 12. SEPTEMBER 2007


What Breast-Feeding Can't Do

Breast milk is best for babies' health and well-being, but a new study finds it doesn't help prevent asthma or allergies


TUESDAY 11. SEPTEMBER 2007



FRIDAY 7. SEPTEMBER 2007


Hyper Kids? Cut Out Preservatives

A new British study finds the clearest evidence yet that common food colorings and preservatives can trigger hyperactivity in normal children


THURSDAY 6. SEPTEMBER 2007


Babies Vs. Chimps: Who's Smarter?

In the first study of its kind, researchers pit human toddlers head-to-head against baby apes. The human kids won -- but what's important is why

Cell Phones in Hospitals: Bad Rx

We're all guilty of using our cell phones in off-limits areas. But a new study shows that in hospitals they can be hazardous to medical equipment


WEDNESDAY 5. SEPTEMBER 2007


Can the World Improve on Kyoto?

Australia's conservative, anti-Kyoto prime minister has pushed climate change to the top of the agenda for this week's APEC forum. But can the U.S. and China be brought onboard this time?

Better Bedside Manners

A new study shows that a standardized test of doctor communication skills can help create a nicer, better doctor of the future

Athletes More Prone to Asthma

Even elite athletes find it tough to work out: a new study shows that a surprising number of them suffer from exercise-induced asthma


MONDAY 3. SEPTEMBER 2007


Bird Flu Lands on Bali

Two people on the Indonesian tourist mecca have died of bird flu in a month, sparking new fears that it could spread