Your daily health watch for Wednesday, February 27, 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 health@foxnews.com.

VIDEO: Day 4: Going Bananas

We Tried It: Watch the health team 'go bananas' on day four of the Cabbage Soup Diet

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VIDEO: Spa Treatment for Your Mouth

One doctor is taking a routine dental cleaning to whole new relaxing and enjoyable level

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VIDEO: Bogus Treatment?

New study in England seriously questioning effectiveness of depression drugs

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VIDEO: Meth Madness

Father, son pen compelling books about family's journey through drug abuse

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VIDEO: Prozac Nation

Study: Antidepressant Prozac, similar drugs don't work

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VIDEO: In Treatment

Suicidal pets get anti-depressants

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Woman Charged in Plastic Surgery Death of N.J. Cop
Union County authorities have charged a Colombian native with aggravated manslaughter in the death of a former Newark police officer who died after undergoing a plastic surgery procedure.

Coma, Paralysis: Woman Fights Off Rare Illness
A 22-year-old has rallied back from a coma due to a disease that once baffled doctors, it is being reported by McClatchy Newspapers.

Doctor Accused of Speeding Man's Death to Get Organs
A surgeon in California is accused of prescribing excessive drugs to a disabled and brain-damaged man to hasten his death and retrieve his organs, it is reported by The New York Times.

Study: Acupuncture May Help Menstrual Pain
New German study says acupuncture needles may relieve menstrual cramps, making females more productive during that time of the month, Reuters reports.

Woman Told She Couldn't Have Kids Has 9, Twins on Way
Doctors once told Melissa Cunsamy that her five-year battle with anorexia and bulimia would leave her unable to have children, according to a report in the Daily Mail.

Drug-Resistant TB Spreading Fast
Drug-resistant tuberculosis is spreading even faster than medical experts had feared, the World Health Organization warned in report issued Tuesday.