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Article ID: 20669

Mystery of Tiny Eros: So Much Rock, So Little Gravity

Cornell University

In the latest edition of "Science" (Sept. 22, 2000), Joseph Veverka of Cornell University describes asteroid Eros as covered with craters and rocks, suggesting many collisions.

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Article ID: 20690

A Good Month for Asteroids

NASA Marshall Space Flight Center

September has been a good month for astronomers studying Near-Earth asteroids.

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Article ID: 20689

Prevalence of Uterine Anomalies Measured

Ogilvy, DC

A new study published in the American Journal of Medical Genetics is the first to look at the prevalence of mullerian duct abnormalities, anomalies of the uterus, in girls and women having ultrasound examinations for reasons unrelated to uterine abnormalities.

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Article ID: 20688

Targets for Disease Management to Reduce Total Costs

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An IHPM-sponsored first-of-its kind analysis of employee medical claims suggests that employers can get large cost savings and potential productivity gains from strategic targeting of disease management efforts.

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Article ID: 20687

Most Expensive and Frequent Workforce Medical Conditions

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An IHPM-sponsored national study of medical claims has revealed the cost was highest for treating patients with coronary artery disease, while more workers sought medical treatment for ailments of the ears, nose and throat than other medical conditions.

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Article ID: 20685

Cell Response to Cold Aids, Understanding Hypothermia

Ogilvy, DC

Scientists at NIH have discovered a cellular mechanism in hibernating ground squirrels that may protect the nervous system from being damaged during extreme cold and lowered body temperatures, called hypothermia. Appears in the September 21, 2000, issue of Nature.

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Article ID: 20684

Bush Says Choice in Life Is Good, Research Says Opposite

Swarthmore College

In his presidential campaign, George W. Bush says Americans will benefit from more choice in their lives. Research by a Swarthmore College psychology professor shows the opposite might be true.

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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 20683

$7.9M for Medicinal Plant Research

University of Arizona

The College of Pharmacy at the University of Arizona has received a grant for more than $7.9M from the National Institutes of Health to create one of the nation's first centers to research dietary supplements.

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Article ID: 20682

AAMC Announces Second Round of Grantees

Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC)

The Association of American Medical Colleges in collaboration with Pfizer, Inc. and the Pfizer Medical Humanities Initiative awards six U.S. medical schools with grants to develop medical student-initiated services and programs for local communities.

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Article ID: 20681

Track Athletes to Compete in Para Olympics in Sydney

University of Arizona

Two world-class track athletes are heading to Sydney to represent the United States. Both are undergraduate students at the University of Arizona in Tucson.

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