January 30, 2012
Many Parents Skip Booster Seats When
Most parents in the United
States place their children in a booster seat when they're driving
their own car, but many don't enforce this rule when their child is
in a car with another driver, a new study indicates.
Health Reform Law Gaining Wider Acceptance:
Americans are slowly
starting to embrace some key components of the controversial health
care reform act signed into law by President Barack Obama nearly
two years ago, a new
Harris Interactive/HealthDay poll found.
Study Looks at Possible HIV Drugs-Birth Defect
Pregnant women with HIV can
prevent passing the AIDS-causing virus to their babies by taking
antiretroviral drugs, but there remains a possibility that some of
these medications might cause birth defects, such as cleft lip and
palate, according to a new study.
Gene Study Sheds Light on Body Clock's Link to
Researchers studying the
link between diabetes and a hormone that affects your so-called
"body clock" have identified a genetic mutation in the receptor for
the hormone, melatonin, that may to boost the risk of the