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

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Title Author Type Words
Admissions up on all drug fronts. Brief Article 272
Are workouts best remedy? 342
Asthma and allergies may reduce risk. Brief Article 300
Bottom line bolstered by branding. Brief Article 294
Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Brief Article 290
Can new drug stop infant infections? 353
Childhood poverty indicator for women. 456
Common complication following surgery. Brief Article 252
Deformities handicap mentally disabled kids. 306
Disease linked to amino acid deficiency. Brief Article 235
Diseases that are transmitted human to human are more of a concern for health officials in New Orleans than those spread by insects and other animals, maintains an epidemiologist at the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine, West Lafayette, Ind. Brief Article 90
Doctors are not following the recommended asthma guidelines and are underprescribing controller medications while overprescribing rescue drugs for patients who visit the emergency room, suggests a nationwide study by the American College of Chest Physicians, Northbrook, Ill. Brief Article 86
Doctors' neckties can make patients sick. 394
Does chlorination lead to miscarriage? 321
Emotional factors can worsen symptoms. 365
Essential fats may prevent bone loss. 455
Exercise alleviates anorexia and bulimia. Brief Article 295
Head lice hit most school districts. 337
Implants not implicated in cancer recurrence. Brief Article 309
Injuries higher among the obese. Brief Article 179
Less invasive biopsy for large tumors. 534
Man and beast both at risk. 989
Nanotubes help broken bones mend. 358
New "spearing" rule for college football. 473
New MRI aids early detection. 330
New target found to fight Parkinson's. Brief Article 221
Obesity drives up the cost of health care by increasing the incidence of diabetes, hypertension, and a wide variety of expensive chronic health conditions, many of which are significant risk factors for other serious diseases, say researchers at Emory University, Atlanta. Brief Article 80
Plastic surgeons on front lines in Iraq. Brief Article 320
Predictors different among sexes, races. 373
Recovering users mourn "lost love". Brief Article 321
Redheads remain more susceptible. Brief Article 191
Shame, not guilt linked to addiction. Brief Article 181
Smooth muscle cells may hold key. 329
Stressed-out victims of Katrina. Brief Article 294
The art of medicine in Ancient Egypt. 636
Therapists at highest risk for asthma. 359
Ways to avoid foot problems. 439
Why people want plastic surgery. 334

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