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Child autism screenings; Race and breast cancer

Updated: 10/29/2007 - The country's largest group of pediatricians says all kids should be screened twice before they turn two for autism. Details on the new recommendation, in Maureen’s Medical Moment.

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Docs urge early autism screening for all

Posted: 10/29/2007 - The country's leading pediatricians group is pushing again to have all children screened for autism twice by age two. The advice is meant to help both parents and doctors spot autism sooner.

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Maureen's Medical Moment: Hi-def doctors; Hotel sleep clinics

Updated: 10/26/2007 - High def and digital are not just for your TV and camera anymore. Your next trip to the doctor could be in high-def. Doctors are taking the latest technology to the dentist's chair and operating room, in our Medical Moment.

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Debate about cause of officer's death endangers 9/11 bill

Posted: 10/25/2007 - Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York, the leading Democratic presidential contender, named her September 11th health bill after Detective James Zadroga. Zadroga died at age 34 after working extensively at Ground Zero.

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17 counties report Eastern equine encephalitis

Updated: 10/25/2007 - Twenty-four horses in 17 Indiana counties, many of them in Northern Indiana, have tested positive for a viral encephalitis that is spread by mosquitoes.

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Pilot program helps Michigan teens pay for birth control

Posted: 10/24/2007 - A pilot voucher program in Calhoun County, Michigan helps uninsured young people ages 12 to 19 pay for medical exams and prescription contraceptives. The six-month pilot program began last week and it's administered through the Calhoun Health Plan.

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Portland, Maine school board to look at contraceptives

Posted: 10/23/2007 - Earlier this month, the committee approved a plan that made King Middle School the first one in Maine to offer a full range of contraception to students in grades six through eight. The new plan would give parents the option of blocking access to prescription contraceptives.

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New studies done on stretching and aspirin

Updated: 10/18/2007 - Stretching to help relieve sore muscles is not as beneficial as previously thought. Also, the effects of aspirin lowering the risks of heart attack appear to be different for men and women.

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Maine middle school to offer birth control pills

Posted: 10/18/2007 - A middle school in Portland, Maine, is offering birth control pills and patches to students. The 11, 12 and 13-year-olds can get them at the student health center. They already had access to condoms.

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Cancer patients living longer

Posted: 10/16/2007 - The American Cancer Society reports more cancer patients are living longer, and beating the disease.

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Study: Good news on the cancer front

Posted: 10/15/2007 - Cancer death rates are dropping faster than ever, according to a new report. Scientists presenting the annual "Report to the Nation" on cancer say the turning point came in 2002.

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Racing for a cure

Updated: 10/04/2007 - When a family member is diagnosed with cancer, it can be especially painful on kids.

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The future of medicine

Posted: 10/04/2007 - A new medical technique in Michiana is changing the way doctors look at surgery.

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Bush to veto children's health legislation today

Posted: 10/03/2007 - There will be no television lights or radio microphones present today when President Bush vetoes a popular children's health insurance plan OK'd by Congress last week.

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