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Article ID: 20977

Holistic Treatment Options for Respiratory Disease

Cedars-Sinai

Respiratory disease (including sinusitis, environmental asthma and related conditions) has become America's first environmental epidemic, with nearly one-third of Americans afflicted with sinusitis, allergies, asthma or bronchitis.

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Article ID: 20975

Marijuana Use Rises and Falls with Price and Perceived Harm

University of Illinois at Chicago

A recent study by researchers from the UIC ImpacTeen Project and University of Michigan Youth Education and Society Project concludes that the prevalence of youth marijuana use decreases as marijuana prices rise and as perceived harmfulness increases.

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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 20960

Collecting Research Data on Computer

UT Southwestern Medical Center

Secure Internet sites could become an important tool for medical research, according to an article by two UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas physicians. (JAMA, 10-11-00)

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Article ID: 20959

UIC To Begin Prenatal Diagnosis Study

University of Illinois at Chicago

With $3.1 million in new funding from the National Institutes of Health, UIC researchers are developing a powerful prenatal diagnostic technique for identifying defects in single genes.

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Article ID: 20957

ASME Cites the Apollo Space Program

ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)

The Apollo, which took man to the moon and endures today as a symbol of American pride and technological leadership, has been recognized as one of the greatest mechanical engineering achievements of the 20th century by ASME International (American Society of Mechanical Engineers).

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Article ID: 20929

Feeling Down Could Raise the Risk for Heart Disease

American Heart Association (AHA)

Some of the strongest evidence so far suggests that people who commonly experience symptoms of depression are more likely to develop heart disease (American Heart Association, 10-10-00).

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Article ID: 20955

A Simple Sugar May Prevent Lung Infections in CF Patients

University of Iowa

University of Iowa researchers have discovered that a simple sugar may enhance the natural defense system and potentially help delay or prevent the onset of deadly bacterial infections in the lungs of people with cystic fibrosis.

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Article ID: 20812

Caregivers' Goals for Alzheimer's Treatment

American Academy of Neurology (AAN)

The first research to examine how caregivers view Alzheimer's disease treatment shows they rank maintaining the quality -- rather than simply the length -- of life. (10-10-00 Neurology)

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Article ID: 20811

MS Patients Susceptible to Accelerated Mental Fatigue

American Academy of Neurology (AAN)

People with multiple sclerosis often complain that they experience both mental and physical fatigue. (10-10-00 Neurology)

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Article ID: 20956

Continents in Collision: Pangea Ultima

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

Creeping more slowly than a human fingernail grows, Earth's massive continents are nonetheless on the move. Geologists say that in 250 million years Earthlings will be able to walk from North America to Africa.

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