November 23, 2010
Implanted Heart Devices Have 'Real-World' Benefits:
designed to control heart rhythm and efficiency while preventing
sudden death among heart failure patients are as effective at
ensuring patient survival in real-world situations as they are in
controlled study environments, new research suggests.
Airport Body Scanners Safe, Experts Say
With this coming Wednesday
the busiest travel day of the year, many Americans will soon be
subjected to radiation-emitting body scanners at the nation's
Toys Getting Safer, But Dangers Still Lurk:
Progress has been made, but
a number of dangerous or toxic toys are still found on store
shelves in the United States, according to the 25th annual
Trouble in Toyland report released Tuesday by the U.S. Public
Interest Research Group (PIRG).