Daily Health Watch 2008-03-04

Your daily health watch for Tuesday, March 4, 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: Double Diabetes Threat

Gestational diabetes targets thousands of pregnant women and the complications for their babies can be critical

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VIDEO: Baby Bump Basics

First time preggers and no idea where to begin when it comes to your wardrobe? Click here for the answers.

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VIDEO: Destination Maternity

Learn about this one stop shop, spa and maternity mecca!

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VIDEO: Too Much Mucus

Ask Dr. Manny: Is there a cure for post-nasal drip? I've had the condition for over a year and it's really annoying.

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Flesh-Eating Bacteria Kills Utah Woman
A South Ogden woman has died of rare flesh-eating bacteria.

Woman, 68, Scared to Death
A South African woman was scared to death Monday - literally.

Oregon Holds Health Insurance Lottery
Oregon is conducting a one-of-a-kind lottery, and the prize is health insurance.

Study: Eating Broccoli Could Prevent Bladder Cancer
An extract from broccoli sprouts can prevent the development of bladder cancer, according to a news release.

Airborne Admits Its Not 'The Miracle Cold Buster'
Consumers who hoped to rid themselves of the common cold by taking the herbal remedy Airborne can receive a refund from the company; it is being reported by ABC News.

CDC: Other U.S. Clinics May Be Unsafe
A potential outbreak of hepatitis C because of unsafe practices at a Nevada clinic may represent "the tip of an iceberg" of safety problems at other clinics around the country, according to the head of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

22 Children At One School Have Mysterious Illness
Twenty-two children from Cattell Elementary School were taken to a downtown Des Moines hospital on Thursday afternoon after they became sick, school officials said.