Daily Health Watch 2008-03-03

Your daily health watch for Monday, March 3, 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: Breakfast of Champions

Study reveals teens that skip breakfast are more likely to become obese

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VIDEO: Your Big Fat Pet

Your pet could be dangerously overweight. Dr. Manny finds out how to make sure your best friend stays healthy

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VIDEO: New Bedtime Ritual?

Should kids be given melatonin to help them sleep?

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VIDEO: Balance Your Body

'FOX & Friends' producer puts new PH diet to the test

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Report: Rare Q Fever Killed 2 in Nevada, Infected 8 Total
According to a published report, a rare bacterial disease known as Q fever is turning up in a rural northern Nevada county, killing two men last year.

A Poor Memory May Equal Poor Grades for Some
In a nutshell children who appear to be lazy or not living up to their potential might actually need help.

Clinic That May Have Infected 40,000 With HIV, Hepatitis Clo
The city of Las Vegas has shut down a clinic where up to 40,000 people may have been exposed to hepatitis C and the HIV virus through the reuse of syringes and vials, officials said on Sunday.

Study: Dogs, Robots Cheer Elderly
A study by Saint Louis University found that a lovable pooch named Sparky and a robotic dog, AIBO, were about equally effective at relieving the loneliness of nursing home residents and fostering attachments.

Survey: One-Third of Workers Could Sleep on the Job
A survey of 1,000 people found participants average six hours and 40 minutes of sleep a night on weeknights, even though they estimated they'd need roughly another 40 minutes of sleep to be at their best.

FOXSexpert: Cybersex -- Taking on a Whole New 'Life'
Hooking up online takes on a whole new meaning in the realm of Second Life.

Is Your Pet Overweight?
About 35 percent of pet cats and dogs are overweight or obese, opening them up for a host of serious diseases.