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MEMBERS of the high school graduating class of the year 2000 haven't even started first grade, but their graduation theme may already have been picked out.
If all goes as planned, this year's first graders will become the Smoke-Free Class, ambassadors of the "smokeless society" envisioned for...
RECENTLY, JAMA's MEDICAL NEWS & PERSPECTIVES Department published an article concerning the smoking policies of organizations represented in the American Medical Association's House of Delegates (JAMA 1988;259:2812-2814). Despite attempts to make that report as complete and accurate as possible,...
DESPITE SCIENTIFIC, educational, and—when possible—regulatory measures to preserve the safety of the food supply, the incidence of food-borne disease is on the rise in the United States, with most cases or outbreaks resulting from mishandling of food in the home or food-service institutions....
WHEN IT COMES to death from ischemic heart disease, damaged hearts and lonely hearts appear to exert their own independent effects. Such is the conclusion of a ten-year study of 150 middleaged men conducted by investigators from Sweden's Karolinska Institute, Stockholm.
The study recruited...
TACKLING ITS CHARGE to recommend a national policy for dealing with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), the Presidential Commission on the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Epidemic's final report contains a section that essentially is urging nothing less than revamping some of the...
ANOTHER STUDY GROUP report on acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS)—from a joint committee of the Institute of Medicine and National Academy of Sciences—now is available for purchase (National Academy Press,  334-3313). Entitled Confronting AIDS: Update 1988, it is the follow-up to a...
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