Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘msnbc.com’

Testimony resumes in Jackson doctor’s trial – msnbc.com

Testimony resumes in Jackson doctor’s trial – msnbc.com International Business Times Testimony resumes in Jackson doctor's trialmsnbc.com"The advice he gave me saved my life." He grew irritated with Murray after the doctor went to work for Jackson. Russell said he couldn't get answers about his own treatment, and the man who once spent so much […]

More parents think it’s safer to delay vaccines – msnbc.com

More parents think it’s safer to delay vaccines – msnbc.com USA Today More parents think it's safer to delay vaccinesmsnbc.comParents are increasingly skipping or delaying vaccines for their young children, despite doctors' concerns that doing so will leave their children and community at risk for preventable diseases. A nationwide survey found that more than 1 […]

Diabetes again linked to colon cancer risk – msnbc.com

Diabetes again linked to colon cancer risk – msnbc.com Diabetes again linked to colon cancer riskmsnbc.comAnd it's not clear if that advice will change at any time in the future, Yuhara told Reuters Health in an email. Experts recommend that most people start colon cancer screening at the age of 50, with any of several […]

Next for Casey Anthony: Big bucks? – msnbc.com

Next for Casey Anthony: Big bucks? – msnbc.com CTV.ca Next for Casey Anthony: Big bucks?msnbc.comBy WESH and msnbc.com staff ORLANDO, Fla. — The verdict on the murder charge was "not guilty," and Casey Anthony likely will soon be a free woman. The question now is, "What's next?" Five years ago, Tyrone Curry won $ 3.4 […]

Juror: Casey Anthony verdict was the right one – msnbc.com

Juror: Casey Anthony verdict was the right one – msnbc.com Fox News Juror: Casey Anthony verdict was the right onemsnbc.comAn alternate juror in the Casey Anthony trial on Wednesday defended the not guilty verdict in the death of her 2-year-old daughter Caylee. Russell Huekler, who did not play a part in deciding the case but […]

Autism may be linked to antidepressant use – msnbc.com

Autism may be linked to antidepressant use – msnbc.com Los Angeles Times Autism may be linked to antidepressant usemsnbc.comBy Julie Steenhuysen CHICAGO — Environmental factors may play a greater role in autism than previously thought, tipping the scale away from a strict focus on genetics, two studies suggest. When working out with weights, a simple […]

Safety group sets kids’ drawstring safety rules – msnbc.com

Safety group sets kids’ drawstring safety rules – msnbc.com Safety group sets kids' drawstring safety rulesmsnbc.comCHICAGO — The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on Friday set a new federal safety rule, saying drawstrings in certain children's clothing are now considered substantial product hazards. Toddlers sure can be terrors, but are they really capable …Please don't […]

US disease agency reaches abroad to stem outbreaks – msnbc.com

US disease agency reaches abroad to stem outbreaks – msnbc.com US disease agency reaches abroad to stem outbreaksmsnbc.comClick for more of today's lazy beauty tip. By Julie Steenhuysen When a patient in Uganda fell ill with the terrifying Ebola virus last month, the advice of US disease experts helped local officials contain its spread. "You […]

Need your blood pressure checked? Head to the barber – msnbc.com

Need your blood pressure checked? Head to the barber – msnbc.com Need your blood pressure checked? Head to the barbermsnbc.com… neighborhood of Harlem in May, making it only one of the latest examples of barbers and beauty salons in predominantly black or immigrant neighborhoods doubling up as dispensaries of informal health advice alongside more usual […]

After baby deaths, new crib rules take effect today – msnbc.com

After baby deaths, new crib rules take effect today – msnbc.com USA Today After baby deaths, new crib rules take effect todaymsnbc.comBye-bye, drop-sides. So long, wobbly cribs. The rules governing the sale of baby cribs in stores and even at yard sales just got a whole lot stricter. Starting today, the federal government has banned […]

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