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Parents Go On 'Track Watch' After Calif. Teen Suicides
Military Families Struggle With Dwindling Resources
A Child's Doctor Turns To Iraq War's Youngest Victims
More Families Going Hungry In The U.S.
Swine Flu Spreading Faster Globally Than Expected
Writing Study Ties Autism To Motor-Skill Problems
Will Tamiflu Shortage Drive U.S. To India's Version?
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Study Clears Most Antibiotic Use In Pregnant Women
Rough Road For Military Families With Special Needs
Flu Precautions: Making Sense Of CDC Advice
Report: U.S. Trails In Infant Mortality
Flu Study Reassures Pregnant Women, Children
School Nurse On Sniffly Front Lines Of Swine Flu
Journalist's Vaccine Article Draws Hate Mail