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BMA to publish an A to Z of Doctors Making a Difference

BMA to publish an A to Z of Doctors Making a Difference

Drug to extend lives of colorectal cancer patients

Drug to extend lives of colorectal cancer patients

Compulsive hoarding study could improve diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders

Compulsive hoarding study could improve diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric disorders

Growing problem of obesity in women from developing countries

Growing problem of obesity in women from developing countries

Harvard and government of Cyprus to launch health initiative

Harvard and government of Cyprus to launch health initiative

Ethiopia needs external help fighting the HIV/AIDS pandemic

Ethiopia needs external help fighting the HIV/AIDS pandemic

HHS urges people to sign up for Medicare-approved drug discount cards

HHS urges people to sign up for Medicare-approved drug discount cards

Men and women at equal lung cancer risk from smoking

Men and women at equal lung cancer risk from smoking

Pipe smoking as dangerous as cigar smoking

Pipe smoking as dangerous as cigar smoking

Prescribing ACE inhibitors to in-patients is important, but outpatients need ongoing support

Prescribing ACE inhibitors to in-patients is important, but outpatients need ongoing support

Women with chest pain who have low hemoglobin levels are more likely to die or suffer a heart attack

Women with chest pain who have low hemoglobin levels are more likely to die or suffer a heart attack

Incentive-based program in Mexico is appears to have improved child health

Incentive-based program in Mexico is appears to have improved child health

Handwashing education in Pakistan decreased the incidence of diarrhea by more than 50 percent among children

Handwashing education in Pakistan decreased the incidence of diarrhea by more than 50 percent among children

China alone has nearly one-third of the world's smokers

China alone has nearly one-third of the world's smokers

Tobacco use and obesity more common among less educated and lowest income Americans

Tobacco use and obesity more common among less educated and lowest income Americans

Marijuana use does not appear to be associated with an increased risk of developing oral cancer

Marijuana use does not appear to be associated with an increased risk of developing oral cancer

West Nile set to explode in summer 2004

West Nile set to explode in summer 2004

New research institute will tackle health inequalities

New research institute will tackle health inequalities

WHO launches this year's campaign for World No Tobacco Day

WHO launches this year's campaign for World No Tobacco Day

BMA calls for action to safeguard the health of air passengers

BMA calls for action to safeguard the health of air passengers