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Tamil Nadu Doctor Denies His Teenaged Son's Surgery feat; Terms It Conspiracy

A doctor in Tamil Nadu, who allegedly tried to get his 15-year-old son into the record books by allowing him to perform a caesarean operation , today said the accusation was a ploy by his detractors to defame him. Dr. Murugan rubbished the media reports that he made a video recording of his ...

Teens as Cardiologists in Training: Program Swaps Backpacks for Stethoscopes

...oors to expose young women to careers in heart medicine and surgery CHICAGO, June 15 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Victoria Horsley is like most teenaged girls looking forward to their senior year of high school. Though for her, learning the intricacies of the human heart as part of the Cardiology Summe...

Breathe California of Sacramento-Emigrant Trails Fighting to Keep 'Hackademy Awards' Name in Trademark Action Brought By Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

...rked The Hackademy Awards name in 2007. It sponsors the Hackademy Awards through its Thumbs Up! Thumbs Down! program, which relies on about four-dozen teenaged volunteer movie reviewers. The teens spend the year monitoring movies for scenes depicting tobacco use, and then gather each January to vote on picks ...

Texting After Fainting a Good Sign

... Study notes it means a teenaged victim has recovered from the blackout THURSDAY, Feb. 12 (HealthDay News) -- Teenagers who fiendishly text their friends apparently are mo...

Womenshealthchannel Enhancements Support Pregnant Teens

...nancy and other women's health issues. Its recent enhancements include condition-specific forums and specialized blogs that allow pregnant teens, teenaged moms, and the people who make up their support network to share information in a clinical information setting. The enhancements are not limited to the...

Graduation Gift Books to Benefit Levine Children's Hospital

... expand programs and resources at Levine Children's Hospital. This intellectual ping-pong match between a best-selling author and a baby boomer with teenaged children is a spirited debate about service, gratitude, love and happiness. Quindlen's book, intended to remind college graduates to live deeply each ...

Many Moms Unwilling to Have Younger Daughters Get HPV Vaccine

... so if child was aged 9 to 12 SUNDAY, May 4 (HealthDay News) -- New research shows that only half of American mothers intend to have their teenaged daughters vaccinated against human papillomavirus (HPV) if the girls are under the age of 13, despite government guidelines that suggest the opposite....

One in 4 Teen Girls Has a Sexually Transmitted Disease

..., March 11 (HealthDay News) -- More than 3 million teenaged girls have at least one sexually transmitted disea...can teens. In fact, 48 percent of African-American teenaged girls have an STD, compared with 20 percent of white teenaged girls. "What we found is alarming," Dr. Sara Fo...

School Social Standing Linked to Teen Girls' Weight Gain

... Those who self-reported low esteem most likely to add pounds over 2-year span, study finds,, TUESDAY, Jan. 8 (HealthDay News) -- teenaged girls who believed they were lower on the social ladder were more likely to put on extra pounds, U.S. researchers report. The researchers, led by A...

Youth and Community Groups Commend Rockstar for Taking 'The Buzz' out of its Energy Drinks

...d they had "no idea" the drinks contained alcohol. Elsewhere, a single mom gave what she thought was a refreshing beverage to her 13-year-old son. His teenaged sister noticed the product contained alcohol, just moments before the boy was to drink it. And law enforcement officers in one California suburb, afte...
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