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New 'C-Map' Links Drugs to Diseases
Should the FDA Do More to Identify Unsafe Drugs?
A Primer on the Picky Eater
Wal-Mart Uses Retail Muscle to Cut Drug Prices
E.coli Outbreak Prompts Questions on Food Protections
Getting Extreme in Colorado to Keep Kids Healthy
Experts Reconsider Labels for Childhood Obesity
Researchers Still Learning from Romania's Orphans
What's for Lunch? Schools and Childhood Obesity
Report: Effort to Combat Childhood Obesity Failing
Companies Withhold Research on Medications and Children
How Can Genetic Research Improve Cancer Treatments?
Father's Age May Play Role in Autism Risk
A Better Breakfast Can Boost a Child's Brainpower
Questions Raised About Genetic Home Tests