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A gasping heart: cardiac quirk may worsen sleep apnea, invite altitude sickness. Apr 7, 2007 1201
Diabetes drugs attack another disease of obesity. Mar 3, 2007 1420
Perchance to hibernate: can we tap a dormant capacity to downshift our metabolism? Jan 27, 2007 2325
Lead in the water: mapping gets a handle on disinfectant's danger. Dec 2, 2006 480
The cancer of Dorian Gray: is growing old an inescapable cost of averting malignancy? Nov 4, 2006 1964
Waters near croplands impair frogs' immunity. Brief article Oct 21, 2006 223
Air's oxygen content constrains insect growth. Brief article Oct 21, 2006 209
Calling death's bluff: implantable defibrillators can save thousands of lives--but which ones? Sep 23, 2006 2348
Sauna use among dads linked to tumors in children. Brief article Aug 26, 2006 278
The screen team: less unpleasant colon exams might catch more cancers. Aug 19, 2006 2348
Named medical trials garner extra attention. Brief article Aug 5, 2006 217
A vexing enigma: new insights confront chronic fatigue syndrome. Disease/Disorder overview Jul 1, 2006 2049
With permission to nap, doctors stay more alert. Brief article Jul 1, 2006 233
Blood, iron, and gray hair: anemia in old age is a rising concern. Jun 3, 2006 2215
Ultrasound's new focus: can it eradicate tumors? Apr 29, 2006 1913
XXL from too few Zs? Skimping on sleep might cause obesity, diabetes. Apr 1, 2006 474
Light all night: new images quantify a nocturnal pollutant. Mar 18, 2006 1271
China's deserts expand with population growth. Brief article Mar 4, 2006 222
Corals don't spread far from their birthplaces. Mar 4, 2006 182
Not so sweet: cancers in rats that consumed aspartame. Feb 18, 2006 534
Flora horror: hospitals struggle with a serious new gut microbe. Feb 18, 2006 1981
Bright lights, big cancer: melatonin-depleted blood spurs tumor growth. Jan 7, 2006 1859
Valuing nature: when economic payoffs justify conservation. Dec 3, 2005 802
Staring into the dark: research investigates insomnia drugs. Nov 26, 2005 2037
Beyond falsetto: do mice sing at ultrasonic frequencies? Nov 5, 2005 478
Antibodies counter diabetes: quick strikes against wayward immune cells. Oct 22, 2005 1933
When flu flies the coop: a pandemic threatens. Sep 10, 2005 2295
Potent medicine: can Viagra and other lifestyle drugs save lives? Aug 20, 2005 1937
Inhaling salt raises blood pressure. Brief Article Aug 20, 2005 189
Siccing fungi on malaria: mosquito-killing spores could curb the disease. Aug 13, 2005 1044
Pushing drugs: how medical marketing influences doctors and patients. Jul 30, 2005 1939
A matter of time: Should most hospitals send away heart attack patients? Jun 25, 2005 1912
Striking a better bargain with HIV: new interventions needed to save infants and to spare mothers. Cover Story Jun 18, 2005 2488
Shot in the gut. Brief Article May 28, 2005 184
Air pollution linked to wheat diseases. Brief Article May 14, 2005 240
The race to prescribe: drug for African Americans may debut amid debate. Apr 16, 2005 1938
A whiff of danger: fragrances hinder cells' removal of other chemicals. Mar 19, 2005 765
Measuring HIV's cost: treatment adds years, but many still miss out. Mar 5, 2005 564
Against the migraine: a procedure's serendipitous success hints that some headaches start in the heart. Feb 19, 2005 1913
Subway air does extra damage. Brief Article Feb 19, 2005 269
Dangerous practices: critics see flaws in drug-safety monitoring. Feb 5, 2005 2400
Whalebones show damage from diving. Brief Article Jan 22, 2005 223
Asthma counterattack: symptoms decline when families fight allergens at home. Nov 27, 2004 2003
Creepy-crawly care: maggots move into mainstream medicine. Oct 23, 2004 2276
Nature reduces kids' signs of attention disorder. Brief Article Sep 18, 2004 226
No deep breathing: air pollution impedes lung development. Sep 11, 2004 478
Figuring out fibroids: studies examine a common, yet mysterious, tumor. Sep 11, 2004 1950
Immune reaction to poison gas brings delayed effects. Brief Article Sep 11, 2004 203
Don't let the bugs bite: can genetic engineering defeat diseases spread by insects? Aug 14, 2004 1918
Narcolepsy science reawakens: insights create a new order for disordered sleep. Jun 19, 2004 2437
Delaying dementia: drugs that fail as cures might still prevent Alzheimer's disease. May 8, 2004 1925
Gene ups oral-cancer risk for drinkers who smoke. Brief Article Apr 24, 2004 219
Gene activity predicts leukemia outcome. Apr 17, 2004 575
All roads lead to RUNX: several autoimmune diseases share one bad actor. Apr 3, 2004 1864
Is "drink plenty of fluids" good advice? Brief Article Mar 27, 2004 195
Born to heal: screening embryos to treat siblings raises hopes, dilemmas. Cover Story Mar 13, 2004 1946
Surgery removes grenade from soldier's head. Brief Article Feb 7, 2004 179
The chosen: a new crop of scientific minds: student science competition announces finalists. Jan 31, 2004 597
Telltale charts: is anticipating heart disease as easy as 1, 2, 3, 4? Jan 31, 2004 2086
Particles enter the nervous system via the nose. Jan 24, 2004 501
Ketones to the rescue: fashioning therapies from an adaptation to starvation. Dec 13, 2003 2073
Testing times: the importance of identifying HIV infections before it's too late. Nov 29, 2003 1958
Checkmate for a child-killer? Vaccine researchers close in on rotavirus. Sep 27, 2003 1932
Predicting prostate cancer's moves: new tests could refine therapy decisions. Aug 23, 2003 1576
Catch zero: what can be done as marine ecosystems face a deepening crisis? Jul 26, 2003 2194
Asbestos exposure is prevalent in mining community. (More Than a Miner Problem). Jul 12, 2003 544
Target: celiac disease: therapies aimed to complement or replace the gluten-free diet. Jun 21, 2003 1990
Unproven elixir: hormone therapy tempts aging men, but its risks haven't yet been reckoned. May 10, 2003 2217
The vaccinia dilemma: smallpox shot poses modest danger, uncertain benefit. Apr 5, 2003 2413
A safe solution: disinfection at home could provide Africa with cheap and abundant potable water. Mar 1, 2003 2218
Proof of burden: scores of contaminants course through people's veins. Feb 22, 2003 873
Deprived of darkness: the unnatural ecology of artificial light at night. Brief Article Apr 20, 2002 1970
Stemming the tide; killer technologies target invading stowaways. Cover Story Apr 13, 2002 2253
Water for the rock; did Earth's oceans come from the heavens? Mar 23, 2002 2280
Germs that do a body good: bacteria might someday keep the doctor away. (Cover Story). Feb 2, 2002 2207
Evolving in their graves: early burials hold clues to human origins. Dec 15, 2001 1878
The seeds of malaria: recent evolution cultivated a deadly scourge. Cover Story Nov 10, 2001 2375

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