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Article ID: 13235

Saliva, Diagnostic Fluid of the Future

Penn State College of Health and Human Development

Saliva is an important biological testing fluid of the future. It can be used to index the levels of a variety of biological markers known to be linked to developmental processes, social behavior, and high-risk health behaviors.

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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 13233

New Head of Purdue's Krannert School

Purdue University

Richard A. Cosier, dean of the business school at the University of Oklahoma, will be the next dean of the Purdue University School of Management and the Krannert Graduate School of Management.

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Article ID: 13232

Study of Heart Disease in African Americans

University of Mississippi Medical Center

The role of social and cultural factors in heart disease will be examined as a part of this project which will enroll 6,500 Jackson area residents.

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Article ID: 13231

Genocide Conference

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Researchers from around the world, members of the Association of Genocide Scholars, will gather at the University of Wisconsin-Madison June 13-15 to exchange insights into genocide and develop strategies to combat it at their third annual conference.

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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 13230

Efficient Personality Disorder Screen

University of Iowa

A brief yet sensitive test developed by University of Iowa Health Care researchers shows promise as a quick and effective substitute for the usually lengthy and expensive personality disorders interview.

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Article ID: 13229

American Fathers: Time with Children

University of Michigan

How much time U.S. children spend with their fathers, and what they do together.

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Social and Behavioral Sciences

Article ID: 13228

Consumer buying binge drives down savings rate

Wake Forest University Babcock Graduate School of Management

American consumers remained on a buying binge while maintaining a record-low savings rate during 1999's first quarter, says the director of Wake Forest University's Center for Economic Studies.

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Article ID: 13184

New Gene Family May Regulate Important Processes

UT Southwestern Medical Center

A newly discovered gene defines a family that appears integral to the creation of cells, UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas researchers reported in the July issue of Human Molecular Genetics.

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Article ID: 13224

African Americans in Cancer Research

US Newswire (defunct; sold to PR Newswire)

In the May issue of the Journal of the National Medical Association, a researcher reports a study that analyzed a personal recruitment strategy for African-American breast cancer survivors' participation in cancer prevention and control studies.

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Article ID: 13223

Warning on Alzheimer's Disease

US Newswire (defunct; sold to PR Newswire)

Television star David Hyde Pierce today told Congress that Alzheimer's disease is fomenting a crisis in the nation's health care system and he hailed the formation of the new Bipartisan Congressional Task Force on Alzheimer's Disease as the right kind of response to the looming disaster.

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