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A CARROT-AND-STICK approach describes two developments that could alter the future direction of in vitro fertilization technology. They promise to renew public debate among right-to-life groups and organizations representing infertile couples. And they come on the heels of some soul-searching...
THE AMERICAN HEART Association is looking for two things in connection with its announced plan to place its "seal of approval" on certain processed and packaged foods that meet its guidelines for sodium, cholesterol, and fat content. One is a vice president (expected to be named within a few...
"EVEN IN AFRICA, I'm confident in the ability of human beings to react against death. Some journalists say, 'Forget Africa. It's too late to save it.' But that's not right. If we can just show the danger to our population, I'm sure they will avoid it. No one wants to die."
Bosenge N'Galy, MD, of...
THIS SUMMER'S record-setting drought is making a common recreational activity—diving—even more dangerous than it's been deemed by physicians who must deal with its sometimes tragic aftermath. Record heat and absence of rain have lowered water levels, making many bodies of water too shallow for...
THE NATIONAL Institutes of Health (NIH) currently spends more than $22 million getting advice from some 3000 scientists about how to use its annual $6.7-billion budget. But it is Congress that often makes the decisions. Three recent events underscore the point.
Despite the fact that four years...
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