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Magazine articles on illnesses, injuries, currently available treatments, drugs, and homeopathy.
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May 2007
Melanie Haiken
Smart Ways to Banish Pain Women are not small men when it comes to pain treatment. Here are better options for women: Antidepressants... Neuropathic pain relievers... etc. mark for My Articles 296 similar articles
May 2007
Josh Garskof
Could Painkillers be Hurting Your Heart? Heed warning labels on over-the-counter medicines to prevent further damage. mark for My Articles 170 similar articles
May 2007
Josh Garskof
Heart Health Step-by-Step Understand your risk factors for cardiovascular disease. mark for My Articles 298 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 22, 2007
Victoria Gill
GSK Drug's Safety Questioned A prominent US clinician has concluded that a diabetes drug produced by UK pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline increases the risks of heart attack and death. mark for My Articles 354 similar articles
Scientific American
June 2007
Sally Lehrman
Going Beyond X and Y Babies born with mixed sex organs often get immediate surgery. New genetic studies, Eric Vilain says, should force a rethinking about sex assignment and gender identity. mark for My Articles 62 similar articles
Science News
May 19, 2007
Science Safari: Cancer Risk -- Understanding the Puzzle This new Web site from the National Cancer Institute cuts through the hype to help you understand the plain and simple truth about cancer risk. mark for My Articles 766 similar articles
Chemistry World
May 8, 2007
Lionel Milgrom
Yearly Anti-Osteoporosis Jab Goes Straight to the Bone One injection of a new anti-osteoporosis drug a year can stop osteoporotic bone fractures in post-menopausal women, report researchers. The drug is already marketed by Novartis as Zometa (zoledronic acid) for use in several other disorders. mark for My Articles 108 similar articles
Psychology Today
Mar/Apr 2007
Elizabeth DeVita-Raeburn
The Morgellons Mystery A just-christened illness involves disorientation, multi-colored fibers bursting from sores, and the sensation of bugs crawling under the skin. Is this an age-old delusion or a disturbing new disease? mark for My Articles 29 similar articles
Food Processing
April 2007
Ashman & Beckley
Product Spotlight: A Boost for Diabetics Novartis has taken the Mead Johnson nutritionals line and developed a condition-specific, snack replacement product. mark for My Articles 663 similar articles
May 7, 2007
Catherine Arnst
Brave New Brain We'll need to remold our minds. Fortunately, it's possible. Two books point to the benefits of trying to reorder our thinking. mark for My Articles 35 similar articles
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