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Articles from USA Today (Magazine) (February 1, 2005)

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"Permanent" injuries may have a cure. 339
African-Americans fatter, less fit than Caucasians. 317
An apple a day may keep dementia away. 343
Black girls most likely to be obese. Brief Article 184
Can saliva samples replace blood work? 386
Cellular inflammation precursor to heart disease. Brief Article 250
Contributing gene finally found. 444
Counseling improves immune system. 336
Cure-all drug remains risky. Brief Article 313
Disease gene linked to evolution. 452
Disease may be family affair. Brief Article 233
Doctors appear willing to use intensive measures to lessen otherwise untreatable pain and severe symptoms in dying patients even if the treatment at least in theory, risks hastening the dying process. Brief Article 91
Doctors now writing "info" prescriptions. Brief Article 172
Don't be haunted by a toothless grin. Brief Article 276
Easing discomfort of swollen feet. Brief Article 195
Exhibition explores images of quacks and quackery. 312
Former smokers survive longer. 416
Home testing for rare disease. 437
Hormones make all the difference. 504
Increased mortality following discharge. 348
Infant neglect surfaces in mid life. 401
Is smoking finally out of style? 886
Kids curious about genetic dads. Brief Article 243
Knee flare-ups can be controlled. Brief Article 247
Librarians give pointers for online searches. 476
Mail order drugs tainted by heat. 455
Many short kids happy as is. 385
Many tests and surgeries simply are a waste. 337
Memory loss but not Alzheimer's. Brief Article 180
Minimizing damage after a heart attack. 383
Oral exposure boosting infection. 346
Parasympathetic nervous system at risk. 415
Retailers reduce sales of cigarettes to kids. 336
Statins sustain cardiac victims. Brief Article 220
Sufferers prefer home remedies. 438
The ABCs of the flu. 557
The proportion of admissions to substance treatment programs for abuse of narcotic prescription medications, heroin, marijuana, and methamphetamine has increased in the past 10 years, while those for cocaine abuse declined. 91
Why do pharmacies sell tobacco? 324
Women prone to upper body maladies. 391

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