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New Study May Change CPR Techniques

Posted: 03/20/2007 - A new study in the Lancet, a medical journal, shows the new routine will help more people recover without brain damage. Some experts even suggest dropping the breathing part all together.

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Family Using New Technology To Communicate With Autistic Son

Updated: 03/06/2007 - Doctors say autism is a complex developmental disability that typically appears during the first three years of life. One family is using some of the latest technology to communicate with their autistic son.

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New Study Finds Obesity May Lead To Early Puberty

Posted: 03/06/2007 - The study followed more than three hundred girls over a decade. Researchers say they found at age nine, eighty percent of the obese girls were entering puberty.

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Study Finds Wine May Extend Life

Posted: 03/01/2007 - Research has shown a little alcohol on a regular basis can help the heart, but a new study says it can actually extend life.

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New Study On Childhood Obesity

Posted: 03/01/2007 - The nations schools have been under fire for unhealthy lunches that add to the obesity epidemic, but kids may be better off at school than at home.

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New Cancer Vaccine Side Effects

Posted: 02/22/2007 - The new cervical cancer vaccine has shown more than five hundred cases of side effects in girls and women who had at least one of the three Guardasil shots.

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Maternity Wing Re-Opens In Hospital

Updated: 02/13/2007 - Some pregnant women may now have a shorter drive to the hospital a new maternity ward re-opened at the Mary Breckinridge Hospital in Leslie County.

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Health Departments Improving Communications

Posted: 02/01/2007 - Doctors, nurses, and other health department employees can now talk with each other across the state without even leaving their building.

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Teacher Working To Keep Students Healthy During Flu Outbreak

Updated: 01/19/2007 - According to state health officials, the flu is officially widespread in Kentucky with outbreaks in more than half of the regions in the state. But in one of the hardest hit counties, students say the "Lysol Queen" is helping them stay healthy and in school.

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