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The Causes And Mechanisms Of Aging Come Under Increasing Investigation
More questions than ever before are being asked about the nature of changes with age. And, says Nathan W. Shock, PhD, interest is strong in devising a variety of experiments to find out how these...
The American Medical Association told the Senate Finance Committee that the House-passed bill amending the Social Security Act offers, in general, "promise that the law will become administratively more workable."
Backing the House rejection of the Administration's request to...
The probability of the development of coronary heart disease can now be defined with considerable accuracy. The probability of the development of clinical disease in middle-aged men with various combinations of risk factors in the upper range is somewhere between one and two chances in...
A comprehensive pediatric care program was offered to a sample of urban poor families, with special attention being paid those families who had indicated that they would be "hard to reach" or who had a specific social problem. The majority of families approached readily accepted this...
This study was undertaken to determine whether continuous antirheumatic prophylaxis increased the risk of bacterial endocarditis (BE) or of its resistance to therapy. Sixteen episodes of BE occurred among children and adolescents with rheumatic heart disease who had been treated...
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