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Travel for Surgery May Help Spread New Superbug
Get the facts on infectious disease types, causes, prevention, and treatment, and learn how they spread. Plus, read the latest news on emerging infectious diseases like MRSA, E. coli, flu, and hepatitis.

Second Dose of Vaccine Cuts Chickenpox Cases Even More, Study Finds
Two doses of chickenpox vaccine are better than one, new research confirms.

Americans' Fears of Ebola May Be Fading, Poll Finds - MedicineNet
Americans' fears about Ebola seem to be waning somewhat, though many still believe the virus is a public health threat to the United States, according to a new .

Eye Defects Seen in Some Babies Born With Zika-Linked Microcephaly - MedicineNet
Eye defects may occur in babies born with microcephaly that seems to be linked to infection with the mosquito-borne Zika virus, researchers report.

Baby Vaccine Bowel Problems
A complete listing of health information about kids and teens, including acne, AIDS awareness, allergies and asthma, attention deficit disorders and dyslexia.

Brain Changes Seen in Kids After One Season of Football
Just one season of competitive football may cause changes in some young players' developing brains, even if they don't get a concussion during play, a small study found.

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Colleges Could Do More for Students With Chronic Ills, Study Finds - MedicineNet
Many college health centers may lack the resources to fully care for students with chronic health conditions, a new study suggests.

Autism treatment
Teaching autistic children how to engage in imaginative play is one of many new techniques in autism treatment.

Brain Changes Continue After Child's Concussion: Study - MedicineNet
Brain changes in children who have suffered a concussion continue to occur even after they no longer have symptoms of the injury, according to a new study.

Background TV Takes a Toll on Children - MedicineNet
Most Americans love television. Even when we're not engrossed in a show, TVs are often on as background noise while we cook, clean, eat, and even sleep.

West Nile Outbreak on Track to be Worst Ever - MedicineNet
West Nile virus now has killed 47 people and infected an estimated 95,000 in 38 states in what is almost certain to be the worst West Nile outbreak since the virus hit the U.S. in 1999.

Autism May Cluster Among Highly Educated
A complete listing of health information about kids and teens, including acne, AIDS awareness, allergies and asthma, attention deficit disorders and dyslexia.

Brain Scans May Spot Kids' Developmental Problems
A complete listing of health information about kids and teens, including acne, AIDS awareness, allergies and asthma, attention deficit disorders and dyslexia.

Active Video Games May Boost Fitness in Younger Students - MedicineNet
Active video games -- such as those that get players to dance -- can encourage inner-city children to be physically active and may reduce their risk of obesity, according to new research.

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Brain Chemicals May Signal Which Preemies Will Have Delays - MedicineNet
A potential new way to identify premature infants at high risk for delays in motor skills development may have been discovered by researchers.

Certain Steroids Raise Risk for Serious Staph Infections
People who use powerful drugs called systemic glucocorticoids are at higher risk for life-threatening staph blood infections, a new study finds.

Autism Susceptibility Tied to Genes
A complete listing of health information about kids and teens, including acne, AIDS awareness, allergies and asthma, attention deficit disorders and dyslexia.

Blue Light Kills MRSA
Get the facts on infectious disease types, causes, prevention, and treatment, and learn how they spread. Plus, read the latest news on emerging infectious diseases like MRSA, E. coli, flu, and hepatitis.

Nurses' 'Scrubs' Pick Up Bad Hospital Germs
The scrubs of intensive care unit ICU nurses often pick up disease-causing germs, including those resistant to antibiotics, a new study reports.

Veggie Burgers Recalled Over Listeria Risk - MedicineNet
Veggie Patch is recalling two of its products -- 'The Ultimate Meatless Burger' and 'Falafel' -- because of possible contamination with listeria.

New West Nile Threat: Kidney Disease - MedicineNet
Early in this year's West Nile virus season, the death toll is at 29 and rising. There have been about 700 illnesses reported so far, more than 400 of them serious meningitis or encephalitis.

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