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Articles from Nutrition Health Review (June 22, 2004)

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ADHD more likely to develop in epileptic children. 84
An earthquake with a magnitude of 3.9 that struck the Utah-Colorado border in 2004 may have been caused by a federal facility that pumps salty water 14,000 feet into the earth's crust. Brief Article 117
Artificial sweetener under fire. Brief Article 181
Bedwetting: an overview of treatment options. Bennett, Howard J. Reprint 672
Benefits of vitamin E. Zimmerman, Phillip 368
Bladder health relates to general health. Zimmerman, Philip 504
Butterbur extract for allergic rhinitis. Brief Article 104
Canada warns against SSRIs during pregnancy. Brief Article 197
Combination therapy for prostate trouble. 517
Cow slaughter is down 8.1 percent from 2003, perhaps because of the reported case of mad cow disease, which claimed its first human life in 2003. Brief Article 84
Des Chutes Medical Products, Inc., has developed Myself[R], a device that has helped women improve and even cure incontinence without drugs or surgery. 105
Desmopressin may ease nocturia. Brief Article 112
Doctor sour on artificial sweetener. Roberts, H.J. 496
Dutch officials consider euthanasia guidelines. Brief Article 222
Easy steps to bolster flu immunity. Brasco, Joseph 1139
Educational television programs, instructional videos, and even some computerized games claim to help children develop language skills. 167
Fast facts about bladder care. 791
Fast facts about influenza. Brief Article 239
Fiber and whole grains may cut cancer risk. 939
Flu shots for elderly may not work. Brief Article 205
Forcing kids into a mental health ghetto. Paul, Ron 524
Gulf War vets show signs of syndrome. 555
Hormone therapy sees mixed results for urinary incontinence. Brief Article 260
How Dry I am ...: and other concerns of the aging American. Gorman, Gail 2198
Iron-deficient cells can cause restless legs syndrome. 624
Lycopene supplements may suppress cancer growth. Brief Article 293
Maintaining bladder health. Omeis, Betsy; Rames, Ross Reprint 479
Manipulative therapy may relieve chronic shoulder pain. Brief Article 177
North Korea has launched a campaign warning citizens of the dangers of long hair. Brief Article 94
NTD Labs, a specialty high-tech, biomedical laboratory dedicated to prenatal screening for birth defects, has announced a new noninvasive blood test. 96
Organic farming can increase antioxidant levels. 702
Peanuts can help children meet dietary requirements. 499
Perspectives on bladder control in men, women, and children. Kerr, Lindsey Reprint 567
Pet allergens may impede lung function. Brief Article 165
Radio identification tags used on children. Brief Article 138
Random thoughts on weather. Josephs, Ray Brief Article 566
Runaway Eating. Book Review 242
Teenager on antidepressants found guilty of murder. Brief Article 274
The weather: friend and tyrant. Renaurd, William 707
The Wellness-Recovery Connection. Book Review 256
Using reconstituted blood--packed red cells and freshfrozen plasma that are mixed in the operating room--for heart bypass surgery in infants works better than using fresh whole blood. Brief Article 131
When used with nicotine replacement therapy and cognitive-behavioral counseling, bupropion (Zyban[R]) did not improve one-year smoking cessation rates. Brief Article 146
Whither the weather withering? an interview with Pat Thomas. Interview 3034
Women make up majority of incontinence cases. Brief Article 161

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