Daily Health Watch 2008-02-21

Your daily health watch for Thursday, February 21, 2008. This page will be updated throughout the day as we post new stories and videos to FoxNews Health. Please feel free to post your comments to any of our stories here, or send email to

VIDEO: The Google Files

Web search engine testing a system that will store health records

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VIDEO: Uncorked: The Benefits of Drinking Red Wine

Ask Dr. Manny: What are the benefits of drinking a glass of red wine each night with dinner?

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VIDEO: Grim Diagnosis

Study: Hospitals' graveyard shift hazardous to your health

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VIDEO: Metabolism Boosters

Fire up your figure with fat-melting foods

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VIDEO: New Treatment to Stop Embarrassing Sweating

Suffer from migraines or excessive sweating? Botox could be the miracle cure you're looking for

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Feds Meet to Develop Next Year's Flu Vaccine
It's time to write up the recipe for next year's flu vaccine and the nation's influenza experts are aiming for better protection than this year's shot wound up offering.

Orange Scent Appears to Calm Violent Criminals, Study Finds
Jailed criminals exposed to the scent of oranges were less aggressive and had fewer fights, a new study found.

Study: Cutting Salty Snacks Key to Child Weight Loss
Kids who load up on salty meals and snacks get thirsty, and too often they turn to calorie-filled sodas. Cutting salt could stem weight loss.

Study Concludes Some Women Do Not Have G-Spot
One scientist has concluded that the much-talked about area believed to be point of origin for the female "vaginal" orgasm does exist, but only in some woman, according to a small study published in Journal of Sexual Medicine.

Brain-Eating Amoeba Blamed for Man's Deadly Illness
A California man is battling a rare and usually fatal parasite caused by a brain-eating amoeba found in soil.

Report: Strokes Triple Among Middle-Age Women
Strokes have tripled in recent years among middle-aged women in the U.S., an alarming trend doctors blame on the obesity epidemic.

Google to Store Patients' Health Records, Raises Concerns
Google Inc. will begin storing the medical records of a few thousand people as it tests a long-awaited health service that's likely to raise more concerns about the volume of sensitive information entrusted to the Internet search leader.

FOXSexpert: Measuring Up, Does Size Matter?
Want an audience's attention? Talk about size and men will sure pay attention.

Identical Twins Often Have Different DNA
Copying errors frequently crop up, even among siblings who essentially share genomes.