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Political unrest seized the Thai capital Monday, claiming one fatality and leaving at least 79 people injured.
Emergency care in diabetics is on the rise as the recession deepens and patients cut back on medical care, insulin, medications and blood-sugar testing supplies.
A fast-moving fire tore through a building housing homeless families in northwestern Poland early Monday, killing at least 21 people and injuring 20 more.
Firefighters mopped up hot spots Friday from wind-driven wildfires that injured at least 34 people in western and central Oklahoma and killed two in Texas.
Authorities began a house-to-house search Friday for possible victims of tornado that struck a "direct hit" on the mountain community of Mena, Ark., killing at least three.
Experts in hospice care and pain relief welcomed an FDA decision Thursday to allow a liquid morphine painkiller to remain on the market.