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Archive - May 9, 2012

Moon Fishery (India) Pvt. Ltd. Recalls Its "Tuna Strips" Product Of India "AA" Or "AAA" Grade Because Of Possible Health Risk

Moon Fishery (India) Pvt. Ltd., the Manufacturer of the Yellow Fin Tuna Nakaochi Scrape that was
recently recalled by a U.S.
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Trampolines Recalled by Sportspower Limited Due to Fall Hazard; Sold Exclusively at Walmart

The netting surrounding these trampolines can break. Children can fall through the netting and be injured. Broken bones, back/neck injuries and bruises have been reported.

Bassinets Recalled by Kolcraft Due to Fall Hazard

The bassinet latches that attach the base to the frame can appear to be locked when they are unlocked. The bassinet can detach, fall and injure baby.

California school rationing leads to overall less calorie consumption in kids

Researchers have found that California high school students eat less fat and sugar and fewer calories at school than their peers in states that allow the sale of snacks with more of those.

Free whooping cough vaccine cut concerns experts

Heath experts are concerned that parents and carers of newborn babies will stop getting the whooping cough vaccine after the state government cut its free immunisation program in the midst of a fatal
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Child death across sub-Saharan Africa declining at accelerated rate, report shows

"New statistics show that the rate of child death across sub-Saharan Africa is not just in decline -- but that decline has massively accelerated, just in the last few years," Michael Clemens, a senior
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Phone credits offered to teenagers in exchange for sexual health checks

The Queensland government is offering Mount Isa teenagers mobile phone credit in exchange for sexual health checks.

USAID committed to improving lives of children affected by HIV/AIDS

"Despite many gains in the fight against AIDS, children still lag far behind adults in access to important medical services, including HIV prevention, care, and treatment," Jen Pollakusky, communicati
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Sildenafil may improve cardiac function in children, young adults with single ventricle defects

Sildenafil, also known as the erectile dysfunction drug Viagra, may give a boost to underdeveloped hearts in children and young adults with congenital heart defects.
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Latest science reveals Australians need to swallow some grains of truth about staple foods

A new report has revealed that the simplification of complex nutritional messages has resulted in grain foods like bread and pasta becoming the ‘scapegoat’ for weight gain and bloating, despite ample
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