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Daily Health Watch 2008-03-05

Your daily health watch for Wednesday, March 5, 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: Sight Saving Surgery

New surgery promises to save sight for glaucoma patients

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VIDEO: Sight Saving Surgery

New surgery promises to save sight for glaucoma patients

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VIDEO: Flat Growth

Common growths on the colon wall found to be more cancerous than polyps

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VIDEO: Health Scare

40,000 told to get checked after Hepatitis outbreak at clinic

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VIDEO: Tamiflu Warning

FDA warns of psychiatric dangers associated with Tamiflu drug

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Boston Hospital First to Offer Face Transplants in U.S.
The New England Organ Bank has authorized a team of surgeons at a Boston hospital to perform partial facial transplants on certain patients with disfigured faces.

Hospital Errors Blamed for Death of New Mom
The cause of death for a 29-year-old Australian woman who died shortly after giving birth to her third child is due to several medical errors made by the hospital where she had a planned Caesarean-section, it is being reported by news.com.au.

Study: Short Sex is Best
A new study, published today in the international Journal of Sexual Medicine, says the best sex should last seven to 13 minutes, it is being reported by news.com.au/heraldsun.

College Student Dies From Meningitis
More information is expected to be released today on the death of a Loras College student from an apparent case of bacterial meningitis.

Potential Salmonella in Aunt Jemima Product
The Quaker Oats Co. said Tuesday it is recalling a limited number of Aunt Jemima Pancake & Waffle Mix products because of potential salmonella contamination from raw or undercooked ingredients.

Identical In-Vitro Triplets Born In NY
Identical triplets were born Wednesday at North Shore University Hospital on Long Island an event so rare that an obstetrician estimated it might happen just once in 200 million births.

Is Swayze's Pancreatic Diagnosis a Death Sentence?
It is reported that actor Patrick Swayze has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. Is it really a death sentence?

Glaucoma: Reading This Could Save Your Sight
In an effort to fight one of the leading causes of blindness, health organizations around the globe have pronounced March 6 as 'World Glaucoma Day. '

N.J. Girl, 11, Returns Home After 118th Brain Surgery
A New Jersey 11-year-old returned home this week after undergoing her 118th brain surgery.