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Autism

... and communicating with, people around them. MMR / autism link is unlikely BUPA investigative news - 28 July 2003 written by Rachel Newcombe, reporter for BUPA's Health Information Team ... Autism Children with autism exhibit a wide range of problems with varying degrees of severity. In ...

Chemotherapy

... refer to cancer -fighting drugs. Chemotherapy combination proves effective BUPA investigative news - 5 June 2003 written by Rachel Newcombe, reporter for BUPA's Health Information Team ... How can you take care of yourself during chemotherapy ? You can eat the right foods to build up your ...

Feeding

... hemorrhage and may enhance maternal- infant interaction. Prolonged Bottle- feeding Linked to Iron Deficiency By Steven Reinberg HealthDay reporter ... Post Partum Tips: Feeding and Diapering By: Esther Rastegari, RN/BSN, EdM Medically Reviewed On: Thursday, June 21, 2001 ... Many ...

Fertility

... unprotected intercourse . In fertility tests and therapies questioned BUPA investigative news - 22 September 2003 written by Rachel Newcombe, reporter for BUPA's Health Information Team ... Fertility awareness (also called natural family planning or periodic abstinence ) involves monitoring ...

Genetic

... , particularly colon and breast cancer s. To uncover components of the plant circadian clock, a genetic screen utilizing a clock output reporter (CAB2::luciferase) was performed in Arabidopsis and it was found that mutants in the ZTL protein presents a longer period of the circadian clock. ...

Heart

... tube connecting the mouth to the stomach . Heart drug shows promise BUPA investigative news - 8 September 2003 written by Rachel Newcombe, reporter for BUPA's Health Information Team ... Heart disorders that cause a decreased, inadequate amount of oxygen in blood pumped to the body are ...

Infertility

... of unprotected intercourse . Infertility tests and therapies questioned BUPA investigative news - 22 September 2003 written by Rachel Newcombe, reporter for BUPA's Health Information Team ... Infertility in Men : Brief Version What is infertility ? Infertility is when a couple has had sex ...

Kidney cancer

... un intentional weight loss or back pain that doesn't go away. Targeted Kidney Cancer Drugs Show Promise By Amanda Gardner HealthDay reporter SUNDAY, June 4 (HealthDay News) -- The treatment of kidney cancer , a notoriously difficult disease to overcome, is moving into a new era, ...

MMR

... MMR / autism link is unlikely BUPA investigative news - 28 July 2003 written by Rachel Newcombe, reporter for BUPA's Health Information Team ... MMR vaccine s are given in two doses to babies and children at the following ages: 12 to 15 months 4 to ...

Protein

... and sugar rich foods of animal origin. To uncover components of the plant circadian clock, a genetic screen utilizing a clock output reporter (CAB2::luciferase) was performed in Arabidopsis and it was found that mutants in the ZTL protein presents a longer period of the circadian clock. ...

School

... and spent studying about eye examinations (including fitting of contact lenses and glasses), ... Information regarding the Wyeth-Ayerst Student reporter program is sent to the eligible school s in January of each year to the Program Director. The Program Director then chooses the Student Reporter. ...
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