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Cape man subject of documentary on autism

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (AP)  Taylor Crowe has overcome long odds in his life with autism. Now, the 27-year-old southeast Missouri man is featured in a new documentary about the disorder.

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Washoe County tops in rate of heavy drinkers

RENO, Nev. (AP)  A new report says Washoe County tops the nation when it comes to heavy drinkers.

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Early flu season cases are resisting Tamiflu

ATLANTA (AP) — Government health officials are warning doctors that one flu medicine may not work against all cases this year.

The most common flu bug right now is resistant to Tamiflu, which is the leading drug given to people who get the flu. Officials at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say that means doctors may need to change how they treat patients.

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Foot found in newborns brain

 COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — A pediatric neurosurgeon says a tumor he removed from the brain of a Colorado Springs infant contained a tiny foot and other partially formed body parts.

 

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Face transplant doctor waited long for this chance

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CLEVELAND (AP) — The nation's first face transplant is a big risk not just for the severely disfigured woman who received it, but also for the surgeon who has made it the highlight of her career.

The Cleveland Clinic's Dr. Maria Siemionow has put her professional reputation on the line by doing a radical operation that some consider unethical but others praise as the only hope for people horribly disfigured by burns, trauma, cancer or violence.

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    Nearly 600 patients who received dental care at a Wisconsin Veterans Affairs medical center may have been exposed to HIV, hepatitis B and C and now face an anxious wait to find out if they were infected.
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    Evan finally bumped into the girl he'd been searching for over the entire school year. They had been leaving each other notes on a desk, neither knowing the identity of their mysterious pen pal. But the much-awaited encounter was cut short when a single gunman appeared behind them at the school's gym entrance.
  • Bullying is a 'serious public health problem,' experts say
    The tragic death of 18-year-old Brandy Vela is bringing the potential dangers of cyberbullying back into focus. It's another reminder of what experts say is a public health problem facing young people.

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