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Archive - Apr 26, 2012

Ghana rolls out vaccines against pneumonia and diarrhoea

Ghana has become the first African country to introduce pneumococcal and rotavirus vaccines at the same time, simultaneously tackling the leading causes of the world’s two biggest childhood killers –
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Café-Tasse Issues Allergy Alert on Undeclared Milk in Café-Tasse 45 gr. Noir (Dark) Chocolate Bar.

Café-Tasse S.A. is voluntarily recalling its 1.58 oz. Café-Tasse Noir (Dark) Belgian chocolate bar with best before date of "15 SEPT 2013" because it may contain undeclared traces of milk.
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Alfa Sprouts Inc. (Springwater Sprouts) Recalls Alfalfa Sprouts And Clover Sprouts Due To Possible Health Risk

Alfa Sprouts Inc. of Honeoye Falls, NY is recalling approx.
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Fatima Brothers Issues An Allert On Undeclared Sulfites In Shad Javantri (Whole Mace)

FATIMA BROTHERS, 56-05 55th Drive, Maspeth NY11378 is recalling SHAD JAVANTRI (WHOLE MACE) because it contains undeclared sulfites.
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Target Recalls Bunny Sippy Cups Due to Injury Hazard

The ear on the bunny sippy cup can poke a child in the eye area while using the cup for drinking, posing an injury hazard.

Manhattan Group Recalls Baby Rattles Due to Choking Hazard

The clear spheres on each end of the rattle can break, releasing small parts, posing a choking hazard to small children.

Minimally-invasive spinal surgery helps Motocross rider return to racing

Since he was a young five years old, New Jersey resident Demetrius Economou has been tearing through the woods on a Motocross bike.
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Fatter children more likely to develop cardiometabolic disease, hypertension

A new study from presented at the European Society of Hypertension conference in London shows that children who show greater adiposity (fatness) in early life are at a substantially increased risk for
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Fragile-X gene linked with disrupting de novo mutations in children with autism

A team led by scientists at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (CSHL) publishes research today indicating a striking association between genes found disrupted in children with autism and genes that are tar
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Medicaid news: Florida prepares for shift to managed care

Preparing for Florida's shift to a statewide Medicaid managed-care system, 20 health companies and organizations are interested in competing for contracts to serve seniors who need long-term care.
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