Daily Health Watch 2008-02-28

Your daily health watch for Thursday, February 28, 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 Last of The Cabbage Soup

We Tried It: Don't miss the ending days of the health team's 'crazy about cabbage' diet plan

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VIDEO: Spice Up Your Diabetes Diet

Ask Dr. Manny: Does cinnamon help reduce blood sugar levels?

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VIDEO: Wii-hab

It's not just the latest video game trend; the Nintendo Wii is being used as physical therapy.

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VIDEO: Early Intervention

Study: Alcohol abuse prevention should begin in third grade

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VIDEO: Health Scare

Unsafe syringe use at Nevada clinic: Thousands of patients may have been infected

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VIDEO: 'Tis the Season

Panel recommends all children get flu shots

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Study: Spanking May Lead to Sexual Problems Later in Life
Children who are spanked or given some form of physicial punishment by their parents may be more to have sexual problems as adults, a new study finds.

Nexium Acid Reflux Drug Approved for Kids Ages 1-11
The Food and Drug Administration has approved use of the drug Nexium in children aged 1 to 11 who have acid reflux disease.

Housecleaners Lending Cancer Patients a Hand
A housecleaning service is lending a helping hand to cancer patients who are unable to clean their own houses.

Nev. Clinic May Have Exposed Thousands to Hep. C
clinic may have infected a handful of patients with hepatitis C but about 40,000 more should be tested for that virus, as well as for HIV, health officials said this week.

Australian Teen Is Allergic to Water
A young woman from Melbourne, Australia, can 't take a shower she suffers from a rare skin disorder called Aquagenic Urticaria, which means she is allergic to water, it is being reported by the Daily Mail.

13-Year-Old Girl Is Allergic to Everything
A 13-year-old girl from Hereford, England, suffers from a rare skin condition that has left her allergic to just about everything meaning she has to wear bandages 24 hours a day and apply creams every hour, it is being reported by the Daily Mail.

MMR Kids Vaccine Linked to Fever-Related Convulsions
Children suffered higher rates of fever-related convulsions when they got a Merck & Co. combination vaccine instead of two separate shots, according to a new study.

Group Warns Crowded Cribs Linked to Baby Deaths
Parents are putting their babies at risk when they place pillows and other soft bedding in their cribs, the Consumer Product Safety Commission warned Thursday.

FOXSexpert: Bridesmaids, Watch Your Backs
Listen up bridesmaids: Lately, being in a wedding is almost as hard as being the star of it.

CDC Panel Urges Flu Shots for All Children
All children not just those under 5 should get vaccinated against the flu, a federal advisory panel said Wednesday. The panel voted to expand annual flu shots to virtually all children except infants younger than 6 months.