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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.

Inhaled Measles Vaccine Falls Short of Injected Version in Study - MedicineNet
A comparison of injected and inhaled measles vaccines in Indian infants found the injected version provoked a much stronger immune system response, researchers report.

Dangerous Germ Infects 500,000 Americans a Year: CDC - MedicineNet
Almost half a million Americans were infected with the bacteria in 2011, and 29,000 died within a month of diagnosis, U.S. health officials report.

Child's Scoliosis Stresses Patients, Parents: Study - MedicineNet
Having to wear a body brace for the treatment of scoliosis curved spine causes stress for teen patients and their parents, a new study finds.

Worst-Ever West Nile Epidemic: What Happened?
This week or next, 2012 officially will become America's worst year ever for death and brain damage from West Nile virus. More than 2,600 Americans already suffer paralysis or other lingering neurological damage from the virus. At least 229 have died.

Fast Food Tied to Asthma, Eczema and Hay Fever in Kids
Kids who eat fast food three or more times a week are likely to have more severe allergic reactions, a large new international study suggests.

Listeria/Cantaloupe Outbreak: 18 Deaths, 100 Cases
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.

Anthrax and Smallpox - FAQ's
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.

Childhood Vaccines Debate Rekindled at GOP Presidential Debate
THURSDAY, Sept. 17, 2015 HealthDay News -- Some parents' long-simmering concerns over the safety of childhood vaccines received unexpected -- and, in some quarters, unwelcome -- notice during the second Republican presidential candidates' debate.

Best Children's Hospitals Ranked
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Fewer U.S. Teens Dying in Teen-Driver Crashes
The number of teen driver-related fatalities has dropped by almost half in the last six years, and the number of teen passengers killed in crashes involving teen drivers fell 30 percent in the United States from 2008 to 2011, a new national safety study reported Thursday.

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.

Bullying Starts Before School Years Begin, Study Finds
In a finding that illustrates the complexity of bullying, Dutch researchers report that obese boys are more likely to bully and be bullied than their thinner peers and the vicious cycle begins before these children ever step foot inside a school.

Delinquent Teens More Likely to Die Violently as Adults
Delinquent youth face a significantly increased risk for a violent death when they're adults, a new study finds.

Food-borne Illnesses in U.S. Cost $152B Annually
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.

NYC Legionnaires' Disease Outbreak May Be Slowing
The ongoing outbreak of Legionnaires' disease in New York City is showing signs of slowing, city health chief Dr. Mary Bassett said Friday.

Health Tip: Child Obesity Affects Bones, Muscles and Joints - MedicineNet
Carrying around too much weight can cause lots of problems in children, affecting the muscles, bones and joints.

Zika Now Tied to Miscarriage
Dutch researchers are reporting a case of miscarriage tied to maternal infection with the mosquito-borne Zika virus.

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.

Bullying Can Leave Lasting Mental Scars
Bullying can lead to lasting psychological effects for both victims and tormentors, researchers report.

Shingles Vaccine OK at Age 50 and Up
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.

Hepatitis C Infections in Hospitals Show Need for Tight Infection Control
Two cases of hepatitis C infection that occurred during routine surgeries highlight the need for hospitals to tighten infection control to prevent more transmissions, officials said Friday.

New Strain of Norovirus Spreading Quickly in U.S.
A new strain of norovirus is causing intestinal illness outbreaks across the country, the CDC confirmed today.

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.

Doc Dispels Common Myths About Head Lice
Although lice do not cause serious physical harm, they can result in a lot of emotional distress because many people still mistakenly believe they are a sign of poor hygiene, an expert explains.

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