Medicine

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Flight of fancy

Flight of fancy

By Lynde Langdon
Posted

Medicine | How far will a television network go to challenge the top-rated show in America during a sweeps period?

'Hidden behind the forehead'

'Hidden behind the forehead'

By Susan Olasky
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Medicine | For years conservatives have expressed skepticism about the existence of ADHD and worried about the overuse of powerful stimulants like Ritalin. Yet many…

Bird watcher

By Lynde Langdon
Posted

Medicine | Governments around the world are preparing for the possibility that bird flu will mutate into a disease that humans can give to one another

Threat from above

Threat from above

By Lynde Langdon
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Medicine | Officials in Hawaii begin preparing for outbreak of bird flu

Cloning's Piltdown man

Cloning's Piltdown man

By Lynde Langdon
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Medicine | Following months of accusations, an investigation committee reports that Hwang Woo-Suk's research results were fabricated

Cell oversell

By Lynde Langdon
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Medicine | November was not a good month for embryonic stem-cell research

Relaxing news

By Lynde Langdon
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Medicine | The chemical in turkey fabled to cause drowsiness may relieve symptoms of MS

Bird-flu watching

Bird-flu watching

By Lynde Langdon
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Medicine | Better to wash hands than wait for a vaccine with this potential pandemic

Northern exposure

By Mark Bergin
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Medicine | High court decision reveals folly of Canadian health care

Healthy alternative

Healthy alternative

By Susan Olasky
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Medicine | A New Jersey clinic may be a model for a new health-care system, but is anyone in Washington paying attention?

When all's futile

By Lynn Vincent
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Medicine | Utilitarian medical ethics, high costs, and bio-babble all drive controversial health-care decisions in the post-Schiavo era

Spelling it out

By Lynn Vincent
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Medicine | Schiavo case shows the need for very specific advance directives

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