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Will insurance cover screening?updated: Thu Nov 19 2009 15:54:00

What will it mean for insurance coverage if mammography guidelines change? Elizabeth Cohen reports.

'I want my mammograms!'updated: Thu Nov 19 2009 15:54:00

A government task force says women in their 40s don't need annual mammograms, but Sara Fought would beg to differ: She says she's alive today because a routine mammogram found cancer when she was 42.

Study: Medical students show racial biasupdated: Wed Jul 09 2008 16:22:00

Edna sits on an examining table ready and alert -- she wants answers about the lump in her breast. The Kiddie Cholesterol Debateupdated: Wed Jul 09 2008 01:00:00

Should cholesterol drugs be given to children? New guidelines have caused a stir among doctors and parents

Explosion at sugar plantupdated: Sat Feb 09 2008 19:05:00

Firefighters are on the scene of a sugar refinery explosion near Savannah, Georgia.

Death toll rises at Georgia refineryupdated: Sat Feb 09 2008 19:05:00

Firefighters recovered a fifth body Saturday from the ruins of a sugar refinery near Savannah, Georgia, gutted by a massive explosion and fire Thursday night, authorities said Saturday.

Are germs good for children's health? updated: Wed Apr 05 2006 09:42:00

Little Madison Sukenik crawls around her Fort Lauderdale home, grabbing everything in sight, putting much of it in her mouth.

Train collision releases chlorine gasupdated: Thu Jan 06 2005 17:11:00

Two people were killed and dozens injured when a freight train collided with a stopped train early Thursday near Graniteville, South Carolina. Potentially lethal chlorine gas leaked from some of the derailed cars, officials said.

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