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More Not Always Better With Fertility Treatments

Posted: 10/27/2010 - A new study finds that about 1 in 3 women had a baby the first time they tried in vitro fertilization. That improved to nearly 1 in 2 with a second try. However, a third attempt boosted success rates very little and leveled off with subsequent tries.

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Preventable Risks? What You Need To Know About Adult Vaccinations

Updated: 10/27/2010 - When your kids are born or as they're starting school, you always make sure they're up to date on their immunizations. But as adults, we forget that there are still vaccines we need. Morning anchor Stacia Naquin shows how some of them are life-saving.

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New: The Battle Over 'Caffeinated Booze' Continues

Updated: 10/27/2010 - It's being called caffeinated booze, Four Loko is serving up a lot of controversy after the popular drink sent several college students to the hospital. Even the Food and Drug Administration is reviewing it's safety.

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Doctors Urged To Screen New Moms For Depression

Posted: 10/25/2010 - An influential medical group says pediatricians should routinely screen new mothers for depression. Depression isn't just bad for moms: It can also harm their babies.

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NYC Bedbugs Scaring off NYC Tourists

Posted: 10/25/2010 - New York City's bedbugs have climbed out of bed and marched into places like the Empire State Building, Bloomingdale's and Lincoln Center.

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In Haiti, Cholera Could Heighten Earthquake Misery

Posted: 10/24/2010 - Health authorities and aid workers in Haiti are scrambling to keep a cholera outbreak out of the squalid camps in Port-au-Prince where 1.3 million earthquake survivors live.

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Diabetes On The Rise

Posted: 10/22/2010 - A new government analysis shows a third of adults in the U.S. could have diabetes by the year 2050.

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Poll: Americans Split on Health Care Repeal

Posted: 10/22/2010 - A new poll finds folks evenly divided on whether the President's health care law should be scrapped or retooled to make even bigger changes.

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House Calls Making A Comeback

Posted: 10/21/2010 - House calls used to be normal practice, but in the late 20th century, health care became concentrated in clinics and hospitals. With an aging population, house calls are expected to become more popular in the future.

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Mistakes Still Happening During Surgeries

Posted: 10/20/2010 - A new study says despite rules in place to prevent surgical mistakes, operations have still been performed on the wrong body part, or even the wrong patient.

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FDA Warns Egg Company to Clean Up or Be Shut Down

Posted: 10/18/2010 - The Food and Drug Administration is warning an Iowa egg company that it could be shut down if it doesn't clean up its act after recalling hundreds of millions of eggs this summer.

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FDA Panel Backs Anemia Drugs For Kidney Disease

Posted: 10/18/2010 - Federal health advisers say patients with failing kidneys should continue taking a group of widely used anemia drugs, despite a recent study showing they can increase the risk of stroke.

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