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BUSPIRONE HYDROCHLORIDE
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Breast-Feeding Rates Climb, But Many Moms Quit Early: CDC
Even though most new moms in the United States begin breast-feeding their babies at birth, many stop sooner than recommended, a new study finds.

Childhood Bullying Scars Can Last Into Adulthood
Highlighting the harm caused by bullying, a new study finds the effects of childhood bullying last into adulthood and can lead to problems such as illness, job difficulties and poor relationships with others.

U.S. Malaria Cases Hit 40-Year High
Malaria cases in the United States hit a 40-year high in 2011, federal health officials reported Thursday.

Chef's Input Helps Make School Meals Healthier
Getting a professional chef's input improves the fruit and vegetable selection in school cafeterias, leading students to eat more of those healthy foods, a new study finds.

Ebola Epidemic Hero's Death Linked to Continuing Stigma of Virus
A Liberian nurse hailed as a hero during the Ebola epidemic in West Africa died last week, and the lingering stigma of the disease may have played a role.

Climate Change May Bring More Tainted Shellfish to Northern Seas
Warming oceans may be boosting levels of dangerous bacteria in northern seas, possibly explaining why more people are getting sickened by tainted seafood and seawater, new research suggests.

H1N1 Flu Spreading in South-Central U.S.
This year's flu season may be off to a slow start nationwide, but infection rates are spiking in the south-central United States, where five deaths have already been reported in Texas.

Treatment Cuts Dangerous Hospital Infection
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.

Could a Little Video Game Play Be Good for Kids?
Kids who spend a little time playing video games each day might be more well-adjusted than those who never play, a new study suggests.

Study Finds Bacteria in Unused Paper Towels
Study Finds Bacteria in Unused Paper Towels

New York, New Jersey to Quarantine All Travelers With Ebola Contacts
On Friday, the governors of New York and New Jersey announced strict new quarantine measures for anyone returning via Kennedy and Newark Liberty airports who may have had contacts with Ebola patients in Guinea, Liberia or Sierra Leona.

Emergency Surgeries on Weekends Riskier for Kids
Children who have emergency surgery on weekends are at greater risk for complications and potentially even death than those who have weekday surgeries, according to a new study.

Tick Exposure Can Occur in a Minute in Infested Areas
Some areas in the United States have such high tick populations that you can be exposed to the dangerous pests within one minute, an expert warns.

Gene Testing Helps Sort Out Bacterial, Viral Infections
A new genetic test that distinguishes between viral and bacterial infections could help fight antibiotic resistance and quickly detect new diseases, according to a new study.

CDC Reports Link Between Zika Virus and Microcephaly
Traces of the Zika virus have been identified in the tissue of two babies who died in Brazil from a birth defect marked by underdeveloped heads and brains, U.S. health officials said Wednesday.

San Clemente - AMFM Mental Health and Addiction Treatment - North
As an San Clemente Drug and Alcohol Rehab center, we offer three different levels of care to suit a variety of needs. Residential Treatment in one of AMFM Mental Health and Addiction Treatment's beautiful San Clemente Sober Living Homes, is highly recommend for individuals who need more intensive care, counseling, accountability and support. This portion of our San Clemente Drug and Alcohol Rehab program is highly structured around a multidisciplinary treatment schedule. Our participants will reside in a safe, quiet, menís only sober living home that is staffed 24 hours per day and receive treatment at our licensed Clinical Center just moments away from the San Clemente Sober Living Home.

Course of West Nile Infection Charted
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.

Epileptic Kids Feel on Par With Healthy Siblings
A complete listing of health information about kids and teens, including acne, AIDS awareness, allergies and asthma, attention deficit disorders and dyslexia.

Cosmetic Healthcare Group
Cosmetic Healthcare Group was born out of a need and desire to provide patients with maintenance options for face and body rejuvenation. Our focus is on noninvasive, minimal to no downtime procedures using the latest and greatest technologies available. Treatments are based on tried and true technology to tone, tighten and delay the ageing process. Under the supervision of our founder and medical director, Dr Dilip Madnani, we only select the best treatments after careful due diligence. We understand the science behind the technologies and thoroughly review results.

Family Meals May Defuse Cyberbullying's Impact
Having regular family meals may help protect teens from the harmful mental health effects of cyberbullying, a new study suggests.

U.K. Will Review Airport Ebola Checks
Procedures for screening people returning to the United Kingdom from countries affected by Ebola will be reviewed after an infected nurse was cleared to fly from London to Glasgow, Scotland, despite apparently telling airport staff she felt unwell.

For Children of Teen Parents, Most Injuries Due to Falls: Study - MedicineNet
Falls are the most common cause of injuries suffered by children of teen parents, a new study finds.

CDC Report: Kids Still Eat Too Much Added Sugar
U.S. children and teens have cut down on added sugars but still eat too much, according to a new report.

Where Ebola Battles Are Won
Four hospitals that are home to advanced biocontainment facilities have become America's ground zero in the treatment of Ebola patients.

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