Your daily health watch for Friday, March 7, 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click hereto watch this video.
- Study: Aspirin Decreases Risk of Breast Cancer
- The report, which was done in England and was published by the International Journal of Clinical Practice, says non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) could cut the risk of cancer by 20 percent.
- Study: Long Legs Identified as Cancer Risk
- Tall women and those who put on weight are more likely to develop deadly melanoma, according to a study by Australian scientists; it is being reported by news.com.au.
- Sea Creatures Could Help Parkinson's Patients
- People suffering from Parkinson 's disease may one day be able to benefit from a brain implant, thanks to the response of a startled sea creature; it is being reported by the BBC News.
- 'Possessed' Students Sent Home From School
- More than 100 Ugandan students were sent home from school this week after they mysteriously became hysterical, it is being reported by news24.com.
- Doctor Had Sex With Daughters
- An Australian doctor who had sex with his two daughters was ordered never to practice medicine again.
- Mom Run Over by Own Car Gives Birth to Healthy Baby
- A woman gave birth to a healthy baby hours after jumping out of and being run over by her own car.
- Women More Sexually Assertive Than Men, French Study Finds
- France has released a comprehensive if not shocking study: French women are more assertive than French men when it comes to sex; it is being reported by The Daily Telegraph.