Daily Health Watch 2008-03-10

Your daily health watch for Monday, March 10, 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: Make Your Baby an Einstein

The creator of "Baby Einstein" gives tips to help parents connect with their babies and make them smarter

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VIDEO: The Battle of the Oils

Ask Dr. Manny: I currently use canola oil to make salad dressing. But should I switch to olive oil instead?

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VIDEO: Water Worries

AP study finds drugs in drinking water for over 40 million poeple

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VIDEO: Drug Safety

FDA investigating counterfeit substance in blood thinner heparin linked to 19 deaths

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VIDEO: Water Woes

Ant and cockroach particles ALSO found in drinking water

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Parents Force Disabled Girl to Have Plastic Surgery
The parents of a Down syndrome girl have caused a public out cry in the U.K. by subjecting their daughter to cosmetic surgery to improve her appearance.

Study: White Bread May Increase Risk of Heart Disease
If your breakfast usually consists of white bread and sugary cereals, you may be increasing your risk of diabetes, heart disease and possibly cancer, new Australian study finds.

Chicago Man Dies From Tuberculosis
The Cook County, Illinois, medical examiner says a Schiller Park man has died after testing positive for miliary tuberculosis.

Probe: 'Wide Array' of Drugs in U.S. Drinking Water
Scientists are concerned with the long-term consequences of so many prescription drugs and over-the-counter medicines like acetaminophen and ibuprofen in drinking water.

Rare Skin Disease Chills Siblings From Inside Out
For more than 30 years, a Canadian woman and her siblings have endured a rare skin disease that at one time didn't even have a name.

Treatment Helps Boy, 5, Taste Solid Food for First Time
A 5-year-old boy who had been fed through tubes his whole life can finally eat solid food thanks to specialized medical treatment he received in Austria.

The G Spot: Fact or Fiction?
Whether it 's your own or your partner 's, many lovers have found themselves in hot pursuit of the Holy Grail of hot spots the G spot.

N.Y. Gov. Eliot Spitzer Linked to Prostitution Ring
N.Y. Gov. Eliot Spitzer apologizes to his family and the public after being linked to a prostitution ring. Can his marriage survive?

FBI Raids Nevada Clinics Associated With Illnesses
Police, the FBI and state attorney general's investigators served warrants Monday at six southern Nevada medical clinics associated with a facility accused of infecting patients with hepatitis by reusing syringes and vials of medicine.