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Unseen risk: lifestyle, physical problems may underlie psoriasis link to early mortality. Dec 22, 2007 488
Angiogenesis factors: tracking down the suspects in blood vessel growth near tumors. Dec 8, 2007 552
Calculated risk: shedding light on fracture hazards in elderly. Dec 1, 2007 557
Bone builder: drug may offer steroid users new protection against fractures. Nov 17, 2007 522
Good buzz: tiny vibrations may limit fat-cell formation. Oct 27, 2007 508
Looking for biomarkers: protein signature may warn of impending Alzheimer's disease. Oct 20, 2007 463
Fueling a flu debate: do vaccinations save lives among the elderly? Oct 6, 2007 527
Keep out: treated mosquito nets limit child deaths. Sep 29, 2007 458
Brain sabotage: Alzheimer's protein may spawn miniseizures. Sep 15, 2007 504
Role change: mast cells show an anti-inflammatory side. Sep 8, 2007 485
Bad bug: microbe raises stomach cancer risk. Sep 1, 2007 503
If you can stomach it: obesity surgery extends life span. Aug 25, 2007 522
Calming factor: DNA vaccine for MS passes initial test. Aug 18, 2007 518
Nerve link: Alzheimer's suspect shows up in glaucoma. Aug 11, 2007 452
New clues: gene variations may contribute to MS risk. Aug 4, 2007 523
Spermicide flip side: compound may promote papillomavirus infection. Jul 7, 2007 521
Immune abuse: methamphetamine is linked to cardiac damage. Jun 30, 2007 522
Blending in: dissolvable stents promise to protect arteries. Jun 9, 2007 440
Early start: fetuses generate immune response to vaccination. Jun 2, 2007 490
Circadian fix: Viagra may lessen effects of jet lag. May 26, 2007 457
Risk factor: throat cancer linked to virus spread by sex. May 12, 2007 583
Agents of metastasis: four proteins conspire in breast cancer spread. Apr 14, 2007 522
Not-so-artful dodgers: countering drug tests with niacin proves dangerous. Apr 7, 2007 429
Balancing act: excess steroids during pregnancy may pose risks for offspring. Mar 24, 2007 472
Don't look back. Letter to the editor Mar 24, 2007 227
Bad influence: TV, movies linked to adolescent smoking. Mar 10, 2007 444
Hepatitis E vaccine passes critical test. Mar 3, 2007 537
Clear the way: stenting opens jammed arteries in the brain. Feb 17, 2007 502
Fatal flaw? Antibleeding drug faces new safety questions. Feb 10, 2007 461
Early fix: prion disease remedied in mice. Feb 3, 2007 499
Good poison? Carbon monoxide may stifle multiple sclerosis. Jan 27, 2007 479
Coming to a bad end: lost chromosome tips linked to heart problems. Jan 20, 2007 485
No fluke: new weapon against tropical parasite. Jan 13, 2007 481
Bad to the bone: acid stoppers appear to have a downside. Jan 6, 2007 521
AIDS avoidance: more studies find that circumcision deters HIV. Dec 23, 2006 497
Ebola die-off: gorilla losses tallied in central Africa. Dec 9, 2006 490
Malaria reversal: drug regains potency in African nation. Nov 11, 2006 480
Lung scan: CT may catch some treatable cancers. Oct 28, 2006 532
Prep work: bird-flu vaccine might work better with primer. Oct 21, 2006 508
Smoke out: bartenders' lungs appreciate ban. Oct 14, 2006 472
Improving the view: treatment reverses macular degeneration. Oct 7, 2006 558
Mixed bag: islet-cell transplants offer good and bad news. Sep 30, 2006 506
UV blocker: lotion yields protective tan in fair-skinned mice. Sep 23, 2006 525
Weapon against MS: transplant drug limits nerve damage. Sep 16, 2006 522
Problem paternity: older men seem more apt to have autistic kids. Sep 9, 2006 519
Head to head: brain implants are better for Parkinson's patients. Sep 2, 2006 494
Need for speed: faster-acting tuberculosis drugs now in testing would limit deaths. Aug 12, 2006 433
Freeing up the flow: clearing neck-artery blockage diminishes signs of depression in elderly. Jul 29, 2006 425
Big headache: auras may add risk to migraines. Jul 22, 2006 451
First, count all the lawyers. Letter to the editor Jul 22, 2006 188
Keep on going: busy seniors live longer, more proof that it pays to stay active. Jul 15, 2006 407
Measuring stick: spinal tap test tracks Alzheimer's compound. Jul 1, 2006 475
Gut feeling? Letter to the editor Jul 1, 2006 90
Proof of protection: condoms limit infection by cervical cancer virus. Jun 24, 2006 416
Next line of defense: new drugs take on resistant leukemia. Jun 17, 2006 503
Homegrown defender: urinary infections face natural guard. Jun 10, 2006 525
Wrong impression: bipolar kids misinterpret facial cues as hostile. Jun 3, 2006 544
For the birds: new vaccines protect chickens from avian flu. May 27, 2006 512
Bug Zapper: novel drug kills resistant bacteria. May 20, 2006 533
Legal debate: assumptions on medical malpractice called into question. May 13, 2006 522
Defending against a deadly foe: vaccine forestalls fearsome virus. May 6, 2006 482
Small wonder: taking the bite out of anthrax toxin. Apr 29, 2006 484
Decent interval: well-spaced babies may have advantage. Apr 22, 2006 511
Estrogen safety: studies raise cancer, blood clot questions. Apr 15, 2006 461
Polyp stopper: controversial drug may prevent colon growths. Apr 8, 2006 478
Defect detector: plugging holes in a breast cancer-gene screen. Mar 25, 2006 458
Stent repair: coated replacements better than radiation. Mar 18, 2006 493
Ear Protection: combo vaccine prevents some infections. Mar 11, 2006 485
Do over: new MS drug may be safe after all. Mar 4, 2006 564
Preventive measure? Letter to the Editor Feb 11, 2006 172
Self help: stem cells rescue lupus patients. Feb 4, 2006 476
Double trouble? Letter to the Editor Feb 4, 2006 96
Double dose: two ways to boost kidney-transplant viability. Jan 28, 2006 548
Defenses down: mutation boosts West Nile risk. Jan 21, 2006 507
Faked finds: human stem cell work is discredited. Brief Article Jan 14, 2006 130
Put down that fork: studies document hazards of obesity. Jan 14, 2006 504
Alzheimer clue: busy brain connections may have downside. Jan 7, 2006 557
Beyond hearing: cochlear implants work best when given early. Dec 10, 2005 500
Natural ingredients: method grows vessels from one's own cells. Nov 26, 2005 549
Novel approach: cancer drug might ease scleroderma. Nov 19, 2005 411
Defense mechanism: circumcision averts some HIV infections. Oct 29, 2005 504
Vaccine clears major hurdle: injections offer new tool against cervical cancers. Oct 15, 2005 398
Give it up; cutting back helps, but even a cigarette or two a day carries risks. Oct 1, 2005 582
Sharpening the focus of mammograms. Brief Article Sep 24, 2005 132
Head-to-head comparison: coils top clips in brain-aneurysm treatment. Sep 17, 2005 536
Critical for coating: protein directs nerve-sheath construction. Sep 10, 2005 532
A new role for statin drugs? Cholesterol fighters may reduce deaths soon after heart attacks. Sep 3, 2005 445
Outwitting TB: enhanced vaccine protects mice in lab tests. Aug 20, 2005 472
Tracking busy genes to get at cancer. Brief Article Aug 20, 2005 315
New carrier: common tick implicated in spread of fever. Aug 13, 2005 473
Virus attack on cancer: heat makes neglected technology work better. Aug 6, 2005 485
Echinacea disappoints: there's still no cure for the common cold. Jul 30, 2005 465
Cancer switch: good gene is shut off in various malignancies. Jul 16, 2005 523
Running interference: fresh approach to fighting inflammation. Jul 2, 2005 387
Attack on elephantiasis. Antibiotic offers weapon against tropical scourge. Jun 25, 2005 533
No sugar babies: study suggests treating gestational diabetes. Jun 18, 2005 523
Cancer link: microRNA grabs the spotlight. Jun 11, 2005 551
Vaccine gains: shot protects seniors from shingles flare-ups. Jun 4, 2005 493
Baby rescue: cord blood saves infants with rare disease. May 21, 2005 429
Proteins' promise: new test could reveal early ovarian cancer. May 14, 2005 524

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