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African-Americans and Asians more pessimistic about the health systems ability to cope with a bioterrorist event

African-Americans and Asians more pessimistic about the health systems ability to cope with a bioterrorist event

Diabetes mellitus in acute coronary syndromes – worse for women

Diabetes mellitus in acute coronary syndromes – worse for women

Study suggests intramyocardial injection of cells from bone marrow might be an alternative for heart transplantation

Study suggests intramyocardial injection of cells from bone marrow might be an alternative for heart transplantation

The proper use of drugs to treat heart disease reduces the need for hospital interventions

The proper use of drugs to treat heart disease reduces the need for hospital interventions

New study confirms benefits of rimonabant in weight loss

New study confirms benefits of rimonabant in weight loss

More women are surviving advanced breast cancer

More women are surviving advanced breast cancer

Payments to rural hospices are projected to increase $23 million in 2005

Payments to rural hospices are projected to increase $23 million in 2005

FDA reinforces use of Sustiva in first-line HIV combination therapy

FDA reinforces use of Sustiva in first-line HIV combination therapy

NHS hospitals in the North of England are performing better than those in the South

NHS hospitals in the North of England are performing better than those in the South

10,000th open access medical manuscript published

10,000th open access medical manuscript published

Botox may help improve movement in children suffering from cerebral palsy

Botox may help improve movement in children suffering from cerebral palsy

Artificial heart can keep patients awaiting heart transplant alive

Artificial heart can keep patients awaiting heart transplant alive

Are nicotine patches safe for pregnant women?

Are nicotine patches safe for pregnant women?

Concern that the health service could fail to learn important lessons from a crucial series of ambulance and emergency trials

Concern that the health service could fail to learn important lessons from a crucial series of ambulance and emergency trials

Sugar-sweetened beverages increase women's risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Sugar-sweetened beverages increase women's risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Scientists have discovered a protein that could be the key to finding a cure for asthma

Scientists have discovered a protein that could be the key to finding a cure for asthma

High-resolution images reveal the molecular rearrangements that rotavirus uses to break into cells

High-resolution images reveal the molecular rearrangements that rotavirus uses to break into cells

Children who take steroid drugs for nephrotic syndrome do not suffer bone loss

Children who take steroid drugs for nephrotic syndrome do not suffer bone loss

A new test for bowel cancer could be on the horizon

A new test for bowel cancer could be on the horizon

Concerns about the education of medical students

Concerns about the education of medical students