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Article ID: 16938

Canine Bacterial Disease

Kansas State University

Saving the life of a dog with Canine Streptococcal Toxic Shock Syndrome requires quick action by the pet owner and awareness of the disease by the attending veterinarian.

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Article ID: 16936

AHRQ Seeks Proposals on Quality in Health Care

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)

AHRQ and NCI seek demonstration projects that facilitate consumer and patient use of information on quality in health care decision making, and that evaluate the impact of strategies to provide information about quality to consumers and patients.

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Article ID: 16934

AAMC Advocacy/Legislative Agenda for 2000

Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)

Press Conference: The Association of American Medical Colleges presents the organization's advocacy and legislative agenda for the coming year. (1/13/00, Wash., DC.)

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Article ID: 16933

Big Bang Theory of Human Evolution

University of Michigan

A small group of individuals that became separated from other australopithecines led to a series of sudden, interrelated changes that jump-started the evolution of our species, says a study in 1-00 Molecular Biology and Evolution.

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Article ID: 16932

Climate: Warming Models Lack Crucial Inputs

Colorado State University

Regional assessments of climate change in the U.S. and one by a United Nations panel overlook factors critical to models of global climate change, says a Colorado State University researcher.

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Article ID: 16931

Temple Tipsheet: 1-7-00

Temple University

1- Psychologist worries that game shows promote idea of getting something for nothing; 2- Philadelphia mayor can help fight obesity; 3- Warm temps won't hurt your trees and shrubs, says horticulture prof.

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Pop Culture

Article ID: 16930

Roots of Creativity

Michigan State University

"Thinking and feeling are inseparable," said a Michigan State University professor who has written "Sparks of Genius," a book that attempts to teach the creative process.

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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 16929

Professor's Composition Premiere by Syracuse Symphony

Colgate University

A Colgate University music professor's composition will have its world premiere by the Syracuse Symphony Orchestra.

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Arts and Humanities

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Article ID: 16895

Virus Found in Lou Gehrig's Disease

University of California, Irvine

A research team at UC Irvine and in Lyon, France, has discovered a virus in the spinal cords of victims of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a devastating nervous system disorder.

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Article ID: 16861

Chlamydia Pneumoniae: No Role in MS

American Academy of Neurology (AAN)

Contrary to earlier reports, a new study has found no evidence that Chlamydia pneumoniae plays a role in the development of multiple sclerosis.

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