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New guidelines for treating heart attacks

New guidelines for treating heart attacks

Researchers found that a significant number of men get the hepatitis B virus behind bars

Researchers found that a significant number of men get the hepatitis B virus behind bars

Drinking lots of milk may lower the risk of colorectal cancer

Drinking lots of milk may lower the risk of colorectal cancer

High levels of endotoxin, a bacterial compound that collects in house dust, may lower likelihood of eczema in children

High levels of endotoxin, a bacterial compound that collects in house dust, may lower likelihood of eczema in children

Secondhand smoke increases the risk of heart disease among non-smokers by as much as 60 percent

Secondhand smoke increases the risk of heart disease among non-smokers by as much as 60 percent

From potent painkillers to humble cough syrups, the same medicines that help patients misused by teens

From potent painkillers to humble cough syrups, the same medicines that help patients misused by teens

Children cured of acute lymphocytic leukemia after chemotherapy have a 5-20 times greater risk of developing secondary malignant neoplasm's

Children cured of acute lymphocytic leukemia after chemotherapy have a 5-20 times greater risk of developing secondary malignant neoplasm's

Aspartame in foods and beverages can help with weight loss and long-term control of body weight

Aspartame in foods and beverages can help with weight loss and long-term control of body weight

U-M scientists say Wnt protein prevents obesity by inhibiting fat cell development

U-M scientists say Wnt protein prevents obesity by inhibiting fat cell development

The full effects of passive smoking may have been underestimated

The full effects of passive smoking may have been underestimated

Repeating balloon angioplasty and/or stenting procedures in elderly patients add more than $700 million a year to Medicare expenses

Repeating balloon angioplasty and/or stenting procedures in elderly patients add more than $700 million a year to Medicare expenses

Lou Gehrig's disease may be treated or even prevented

Lou Gehrig's disease may be treated or even prevented

Massive disparities in medical school admissions by social class

Massive disparities in medical school admissions by social class

Senior citizens cutting back on medications due to high costs

Senior citizens cutting back on medications due to high costs

Treatment of cytomegalovirus remains a priority in order to improve the prognosis for people with HIV-1 infection

Treatment of cytomegalovirus remains a priority in order to improve the prognosis for people with HIV-1 infection

Only about one in twenty women consistently utilized annual mammography over ten years

Only about one in twenty women consistently utilized annual mammography over ten years

Discovery of a gene-expression signature common to distinct types of cancer

Discovery of a gene-expression signature common to distinct types of cancer

American women having unnecessary PAP smears

American women having unnecessary PAP smears

40 percent of African-American nursing home residents living in low-tier facilities

40 percent of African-American nursing home residents living in low-tier facilities

Female otolaryngologists earn less money than male otolaryngologists

Female otolaryngologists earn less money than male otolaryngologists