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Article ID: 1711

Drug Reactions Harming Hospital Patients

InterMountain Healthcare

In a new three-year study published in Wednesday's issue of ...

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Article ID: 1709

Smoke Clears In Medical Mystery--Beta-Carotene

American Chemical Society (ACS)

Like beta-carotene, antioxidants such as vitamins C and E are thought to prevent cancer and other diseases. But researchers have been puzzled by the apparent link between beta-carotene and an ...

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Article ID: 1708

Better Than Estrogen

American Chemical Society (ACS)

Women who take estrogen-replacement therapy after menopause often also take ...

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Article ID: 1707

Where has All the Iron Gone?

American Chemical Society (ACS)

Americans who avoid red meat may not be getting enough ...

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Article ID: 1704

Groundhog Season Cycles Apply To Human Medicine

Cornell University

An endocrinologist and reproductive in Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine, has been studying the dramatic seasonal cycles that profoundly alter the groundhog's reproductive activity, food intake, basal metabolism, body ...

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Article ID: 1700

Education And Counseling On Brca1 Cancer Gene

Georgetown University Medical Center

-Researchers at Georgetown University Medical Center have found that education plus counseling was more effective than stand-alone education in increasing understanding about the potential benefits, limitations, and risks of BRCA1 ...

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Article ID: 1699

Drug Industry, Record Spending on R&D in 97

Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America (PhRMA)

Research-based pharmaceutical companies will invest a record $18.9 billion in research and development in 1997, and increase of 11.5 percent from 1996, a new PhRMA survey shows.

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Article ID: 1698

Alcohol in Bicycling Injuries And Deaths

Johns Hopkins Medicine

In a government-supported study of more than 300 fatal and non-fatal ...

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Article ID: 1057

Reducing Hospital Medication Prescribing Errors

Albany Medical Center

Physicians and pharmacists can reduce adverse drug events in hospital patients by understanding the causes of most medication prescribing errors, according to a study by Albany Medical Center (Albany, NY) ...

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Article ID: 1058

Patient and Physician Communication

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Hopkins School of Public Health Researchers analyzed the content of ...

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