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Clean Air Act
Status—Approved by the House and sent to the Senate.
This bill completely revises the air pollution control law and makes it permanent.
Stating that Congress recognizes the growth in urban population, industrial development, and the...
Accepting the theory of metabolic - similarity between obesity and diabetes, investigators at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore are attempting to discover why diabetes occurs in some obese individuals but not in others.
Dr. David Rabinowitz said the current investigation is...
It may be possible someday to prevent diabetes. At least, that is the hope of researchers currently investigating "prediabetes"—that stage so early in the life of a potential diabetic that he is considered normal by conventional standards.
Actually, prediabetes is considered to...
Exercises in writing and editing a medical publication, guest lectures by practicing journalists in the medical field, and seminars conducted by staff members of The Journal were highlights of the first Institute for Medical Journalism, cosponsored by AMA and the Medill School of...
The hypophyseal stalk section, an operation to retard the advance of diabetic retinopathy, has been successful in 12 of 13 cases, according to Dr. Richard A. Field of Massachusetts General Hospital. The operation evolved out of the belief that a decline in pituitary function would slow...
Some circulating materials in the plasma may relate to known diabetogenic hormones of the pituitary gland, in the opinion of Dr. Lillian Recant of Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis.
Accordng to Dr. Recant, most of these materials have specific action on muscle...
The venom of the wasp may yield valuable clues in heart research according to investigators at the National Heart Institute.
Dr. John Pisano and Drs. Leal and Eline Prado are studying a peptide contained in wasp venom which is believed to be similar to bradykinin or to kallidin....
The African apes are more closely related to man than to the orangutan and gibbon, according to research described Aug 27 at the International Congress of Zoology in Washington, D.C.
Dr. Morris Goodman, microbiologist at Wayne State University in Detroit, said his blood-protein...
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