2004 Headlines

December 2004

December 28, 2004
Painful Predicament

December 27, 2004
Doctors Say Rell's Prognosis Looks Good

December 21, 2004
Trial for Those At-risk of Breast Cancer

December 18, 2004
A Second Look at an Entire Class of Pain Relievers

December 17, 2004
Dental Licensing Changes Proposed

December 14, 2004
Keeping Track of Meds

December 14, 2004
Holiday Visits May Reveal Aging Woes

December 13, 2004
Religiosity Common Among Mothers Who Kill Children

December 6, 2004
Farmington High Student Grateful for UConn Program Research Job

December 5, 2004
Prozac for Preteens: Antidepressants Can Help

December 2004
The Answer to Cancer

December 2004
Breast Cancer Prevention Strategies

November 2004

November 21, 2004
Bone Density Study to Help NASA, UConn

November 21, 2004
Doctors Argue that Cancer Is Preventable

November 20, 2004
Warning About Painkiller Splits Drug Experts

November 16, 2004
Aetna, Chief Executive Give $3.5 Million to UConn for Health Programs

November 16, 2004
Adding Life to Years

November 12, 2004
Doctors Don’t Agree on Bextra Risk

November 10, 2004
Beware of Excess at Holidays

November 9, 2004
Teaching the Body to Kill Cancer

November 9, 2004
Arrest Puts Focus on Female Predators

November 9, 2004
More Sensitive Electroshock

November 2, 2004
Antidepressants Do Help Children

October 2004

October 21, 2004
How to Stay Healthy

October 21, 2004
Baseball's Been Very, Very Bad for Sleep

October 21, 2004
Motion Researchers Want to Know What Throws Pitchers

October 14, 2004
Surgeon General Warns of Bone Break Epidemic

October 13, 2004
Progress in the War on Cancer

October 9, 2004
A Healthy Rebound at UConn Center

October 4, 2004
Director of Cancer Center Emphasizes Prevention in New Book

October 3, 2004
For Some, Cancer Opened Door to Enlightenment

September 2004

September 23, 2004
$10 Million to Fight

September 23, 2004
Tattoos ... and the Risk of Hepatitis

September 12, 2004
Simple Test for Newborns Holds Key to Cystic Fibrosis Prognosis

September 9, 2004
Study Links Pollution to Weakened Lungs

September 9, 2004
Light at Night Might Be a Cancer Risk

September 7, 2004
Alert Anesthesia

August 2004

August 31, 2004
No Laughing Matter

August 30, 2004
Prenatal Breakthrough: New Test for Women at Risk Is Less Invasive, But Not as Accurate

August 26, 2004
Soon, Spider-silk Togs and Mussel Glue?

August 26, 2004
Soaking Solution

August 25, 2004
Deaf Actor Applies Talents to Videos

August 6, 2004
In Program, Students Do, and Discuss, Medical Research

August 4, 2004
Gift Goes for Cancer Research at UConn

August 3, 2004
$8,000 Hospital Beds Bring Relief, Safety

July 2004

July 27, 2004
Pitching Mechanics

July 27, 2004
Prenatal Tests: More Information, Less Risk

July 26, 2004
A Vaccine for Cancer?

July 19, 2004
Drugs to Combat Alcoholism Gain Acceptance

July 14, 2004
In Wine, a Possible Key to a Long Life

July 13, 2004
Heartening Results

June 2004

June 29, 2004
Muddying the PSA Waters

June 25, 2004
UConn Doctor Picked to Serve on Cancer Board

June 22, 2004
Statins' Promise

June 22, 2004
Addiction Harder On Women, Study Says

June 19, 2004
Schools Tell Kids to Wear Flip Flops to the Beach, Not Class

June 15, 2004
Cancer Center Widens Goals

June 15, 2004
Carlos Continues His Journey

June 7, 2004
Oral Rinse Reduces Chemotherapy Sores

June 1, 2004
Past Due?

May 2004

May 31, 2004
Noninvasive Prenatal Testing Cuts Amniocentesis Use

May 30, 2004
Women Often Suffer in Silence After a Miscarriage

May 28, 2004
Israeli Children Show 'Amazing Resilience,' Experts Say

May 24, 2004
Inside the Brain of a Gambler: One Researcher Directs a Study

May 18, 2004
Disease's Emotional Scars

May 17, 2004
Really Feeling the Heat

May 16, 2004
The Scientist

May 11, 2004
Broken Lives Rebuilt

May 7, 2004
The Face of War

April 2004

April 30, 2004
Health Care Shouldn't Be a Luxury

April 12, 2004
Today's Dentistry Is About More Than Fixing Teeth

April 12, 2004
Pressure Cuff, 1 Reading, Not Exact Enough

March 2004

March 23, 2004
Drugs for Depression Win Support Despite Warnings

March 23, 2004
Getting Their Signals Straight

March 22, 2004
Medical Schools Depend on Donated Bodies

March 17, 2004
Scientists Fear Rise of Tick-borne Disease

March 16, 2004
People Keep Teeth, Still Have Problems

March 9, 2004
Poor, Pregnant and Made to Pay

March 1, 2004
Long Life Nutmeggers! Median Age at Death Rises to 80

February 2004