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News Image NEW One in five kids had flu-like symptoms this month, according to a CDC survey. Washington Post

Costume shopping this weekend? Take care when choosing face paint. USA Today

Pregnant women must read! Get your H1N1 shot. New York Times

Boys vs. girls. Sex can affect the outcome of twin pregnancies, finds a new study. HealthDay

Car seats are a safety must, in the car, but outside the car they can pose dangers. Reuters

Want a pet? Don’t mess with small turtles. Yahoo! News

Fewer calories, less sodium, more veggies. An Institute of Medicine panel calls for an overhaul to the school lunch program. Los Angeles Times

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  1. by Krista

    On October 26, 2009 at 4:16 pm

    The problem is, for every story like Ms. Opdyke’s (having the flu and losing her baby) there are the opposite stories like the 25 year old girl training to be a professional cheerleader that is now partially paralyzed. I would also like to know how many pregnant people have these kinds of complications with a flu vaccine or with the regular flu.

  2. by Chara Hopkinson

    On June 20, 2011 at 12:31 pm

    Was searching for that type of facts for fairly a even though and lastly found it, after going through like 10 pages of search results.

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