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Rachel Booth has been a runner her whole life, and that didn't change when she got pregnant. The Mountain View, Calif., mom ran well into her third trimester during her first pregnancy, and nine months after giving birth, she raced the Houston
No safety problems were seen so far in tests of 1,600 people at high risk of heart disease. The drug's maker, Merck & Co., says it will launch a much larger study to see if these changes in cholesterol lead to fewer heart attacks
San Francisco Chronicle Rachel Booth has been a runner her whole life, and that didn't change when she got pregnant. The Mountain View, Calif., mom ran well into her third trimester during her first pregnancy, and nine months after giving birth, she
Liz Hafalia / The Chronicle Rachel Booth, who ran into the third trimester of her pregnancy, runs at the track at Stanford. Images More News Rachel Booth has been a runner her whole life, and that didn't change when she got pregnant...She ran through
Doctors Say DRC Activist Chebeya Died of Heart Attack 8 July 2010 Human rights activist Floribert Chebeya, found dead in the Democratic Republic of Congo with his hands tied, likely died of a cardiac arrest, a post-mortem report is suggesting.
Ariz. (AP) — Two court-appointed doctors say the mother of a missing Arizona baby is incompetent to stand trial. A Maricopa County judge ruled Thursdy that 23-year-old Elizabeth Johnson could be tried at a later date after
All these newfangled gadgets also are hurting our backs, shoulders, arms and hands. Teens are suffering from ''text thumb'' and their parents are getting ''BlackBerry neck''. ''I have a lot of patients who come in and say, 'My mum is 80 years old, I'
Serbia (AP) — A doctor say an elderly man has been seriously injured by an elephant at the Belgrade Zoo after he stepped into the animal's enclosure. Nada Macura from the Belgrade emergency hospital said the man was attacked
A big study finds that people with narrowed neck arteries that could lead to a stroke can be safely treated with a less drastic option than the surgery done now. Doctors say that hundreds of thousands of Americans a year might be able to have an
Idaho Statesman Published: 11/18/09 T he schemers and scammers see lines of people waiting for an H1N1 vaccine and the cartoon light bulb goes on. The level of concern that drives people to stand in line also will drive people to make snap decisions