Women's Health

LOS ANGELES -- In an unusual health study, researchers analyzing toxin levels in tens of thousands of toenail clippings determined that mercury from eating fish does not raise the risk of heart disease or stroke.

WASHINGTON -- One year after President Barack Obama signed his historic health care overhaul, the law is taking root in the land. Whether it bears lasting fruit is still in question.

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Doctors aim to save fertility of kids with cancer (AP, March 10, 2011; 2:37 PM)

Preemie birth preventive spikes from $10 to $1,500 (AP, March 10, 2011; 2:37 PM)

Ranks of cancer survivors growing fast, CDC says (AP, March 10, 2011; 1:02 PM)

Preemie birth preventive spikes from $10 to $1,500 (AP, March 10, 2011; 12:36 AM)

Fitness: How men and women exercise differently (washingtonpost.com, March 7, 2011; 11:00 AM)

Tainted IV fluid kills 12 pregnant women in India (AP, February 25, 2011; 5:04 AM)

Fitness: Expert sports bra advice (washingtonpost.com, February 17, 2011; 12:00 PM)

Health benefits of falling and staying in love (Post, February 7, 2011; 1:46 PM)

Interruptions to your exercise routine (washingtonpost.com, January 27, 2011; 2:00 PM)

'Essential benefits' a complex question in new health-care law (Post, January 14, 2011; 8:24 PM)

Va. health panel urges state to create insurance exchange, attract more doctors (Post, December 15, 2010; 10:39 AM)

Me Minus 10: Weight Loss Journeys (washingtonpost.com, December 7, 2010; 1:00 PM)

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