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Article ID: 5875

After heart attack, cling-on clots may need longer treatment

American Heart Association (AHA)

A new study raises the surprising possibility that physicians may not be treating the aftermath of their patients' heart attacks aggressively enough. The findings appear in today's Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association.

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Article ID: 5826

Simple Test Predicts Poor Outcome in Heart Failure

American Heart Association (AHA)

The health of a person's heart may be found by looking in the blood, according to a report in today's Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association.

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Article ID: 5984

Epidemiology and Prevention Conference, March 19-21, 1998, Santa Fe, N.M., Convention Center

American Heart Association (AHA)

We invite you to make plans to attend the upcoming Epidemiology and Prevention Conference in Santa Fe. A fully equipped and staffed newsroom will be provided for working members of the media.

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Article ID: 5978

Media Avisory -- Age of Drinking Onset News Conference

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The younger the age of drinking onset, the greater the chance that an individual at some point in life will develop a clinically defined alcohol disorder, according to a new report to be released January 14 by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

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Article ID: 5977

Scientists identify tantalizing new brain messengers

Stanford University School of Medicine

Researchers have discovered two chemical messengers in the brain that may lead to new insights into weight control.

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Article ID: 5971

ASM Journals Tipsheet: January 1998

American Society for Microbiology (ASM)

Tips from the Journals of the American Society for Microbiology: 1) Hepatitis G May be Sexually Transmitted, 2) Gene Gun Delivers DNA Vaccine to Reproductive Tract, 3) Borna Virus Requires Low pH to Infect Cells

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Article ID: 5965

Agent Orange and Birth Defects to be Focus of a UT-Houston Study

University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

The Environmental Protection Agency has awarded The University of Texas-Houston School of Public Health a $874,195 grant to determine whether exposure to an ingredient found in Agent Orange during the Vietnam War can be associated with neural tube defects in the veterans' children.

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Article ID: 5960

Researchers Engineer Blood Vessel Tissue Made Entirely From Human Cells

University of California San Diego

In the first successful attempt to make engineered tissue without synthetic scaffolding, a team of researchers created a blood vessel made entirely from human cells.

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Article ID: 5955

ACS aids Cornell Vet School cancer research

Cornell University

Researchers studying the causes of cancer at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine received grants from the American Cancer Society (ACS): Robert E. Oswald, pharmacology, $166,000 for a two-year study, "Structure and Regulation of Cdc42Hs;" James W. Casey, microbiology and immunology, $90,000 for a two-year continuation of "Development and Regression of a Retroviral Induced Sarcoma."

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Researching the genes of Down Syndrome

Louisiana State University

A Louisiana State University researcher is using a unique technique to study the genes that cause Down Syndrome.

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