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Heavy women's miscarriage risk higher after IVF (AP)

Heavy women's miscarriage risk higher after IVF
(AP)
- AP - Overweight women have a much higher risk of a miscarriage after having in-vitro fertilization compared with slim women, new research says. [Yahoo! News: Health News]

High-Tech Health Care

High-Tech Health Care - Robots are in the halls delivering supplies and in the operating rooms helping with surgeries, but the $80 million this Silicon Valley hospital recently invested in technology works behind the scenes as well. MarketWatch's Kristen Gerencher reports. [Wall Street Journal - Health Videos]

Examining the Science of Medical Marijuana

Examining the Science of Medical Marijuana - A critical look at the clinical underpinnings of medical marijuana laws across the nation -- does it really help treat glaucoma; and does it address the nausea and loss of appetite suffered by chemotherapy patients and others? Video courtesy of Fox News. [Wall Street Journal - Health Videos]

Pot Shops Struggle Against New L.A. Ordinance

Pot Shops Struggle Against New L.A. Ordinance - Medical-marijuana dispensaries in Los Angeles fight to re-open or stay open after a June 7 ordinance forced hundreds to shut down and imposed strict new regulations. [Wall Street Journal - Health Videos]

Ad Clip: Urging Men to Get a Checkup

Ad Clip: Urging Men to Get a Checkup - The Department of Health and Human Services is launching a new public service ad campaign aimed at convincing men to get more preventive checkups. [Wall Street Journal - Health Videos]

School-Based Efforts May Help Curb Obesity in High-Risk Kids (HealthDay)

School-Based Efforts May Help Curb Obesity in High-Risk
Kids
(HealthDay)
- HealthDay - SUNDAY, June 27 (HealthDay News) -- School-based efforts at better nutrition, more exercise and improved education about healthy living can help kids who are most at risk for obesity keep the weight off, compared to children in schools without such programs, a new study suggests. [Yahoo! News: Health News]

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