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Studies find stroke strikes poor on Mondays in Finland and fewer deaths from bleeding strokes in Sweden

Studies find stroke strikes poor on Mondays in Finland and fewer deaths from bleeding strokes in Sweden

Women twice as likely as men to develop some musculoskeletal disorders

Women twice as likely as men to develop some musculoskeletal disorders

New initiative to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in infant mortality

New initiative to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in infant mortality

General childhood intelligence may be an important and informative early determinant of subsequent adult health

General childhood intelligence may be an important and informative early determinant of subsequent adult health

Thalidomide's role in fighting blood disorders, such as multiple myeloma

Thalidomide's role in fighting blood disorders, such as multiple myeloma

First recipients of the Fogarty-Ellison Fellowship in Global Health and Clinical Research

First recipients of the Fogarty-Ellison Fellowship in Global Health and Clinical Research

Anal cancer is on the rise in both sexes

Anal cancer is on the rise in both sexes

Avian influenza virus in East Asia arose through a series of genetic reassortment events with other viruses

Avian influenza virus in East Asia arose through a series of genetic reassortment events with other viruses

The impact of rotavirus on the world’s children

The impact of rotavirus on the world’s children

Women delay AIDS with vitamins B, C and E

Women delay AIDS with vitamins B, C and E

First presence of West Nile Virus in Kansas this year

First presence of West Nile Virus in Kansas this year

Nearly 50 million U.S. adults have hypertension, more than two-thirds of them also have high cholesterol

Nearly 50 million U.S. adults have hypertension, more than two-thirds of them also have high cholesterol

Iraqi doctors and senior nurses learn new techniques in head and neck cancer management

Iraqi doctors and senior nurses learn new techniques in head and neck cancer management

Antibiotic use early in life does not increase the subsequent risk of asthma

Antibiotic use early in life does not increase the subsequent risk of asthma

The Phthalate Esters Panel responds to claims about the health effects of phthalates

The Phthalate Esters Panel responds to claims about the health effects of phthalates

There are 9.8 million cancer survivors in the United States

There are 9.8 million cancer survivors in the United States

Eating fish during pregnancy produces children with better language and communication skills

Eating fish during pregnancy produces children with better language and communication skills

Don't tell your Grandma! Brussel sprouts could help protect against cancer

Don't tell your Grandma! Brussel sprouts could help protect against cancer

Sir Richard Doll awarded prestigious Shaw Prize for his contribution to modern cancer epidemiology

Sir Richard Doll awarded prestigious Shaw Prize for his contribution to modern cancer epidemiology

Staying stress free in your twenties reduces high blood pressure risk later on

Staying stress free in your twenties reduces high blood pressure risk later on