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"HOMICIDE is not a disease, but it is a public health condition whose primary cause is possession of guns—and it could be considered an epidemic because of the high incidence in certain populations," recently said Paul Stolley, MD, president of the American College of Epidemiology, announcing...
IMMUNOLOGISTS HOPE they're the kind of gifts that keep on giving. In late December, teams at two centers reported initial success in using two new mouse models of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection. They hope the models will bear fruit this year in understanding still-murky aspects of...
THE HUMAN LENS can change its shape, becoming more spherical as the ciliary muscle contracts to focus the image of close objects on the retina. Each year about 1 million Americans have cataract surgery, 90% of them having their lens replaced by an intraocular prosthesis. Most artificial lenses...
AMONG THE CHANGES pregnancy brings into a couple's life, perhaps one of the most welcome for many has been no more need to use contraceptives during sexual intercourse for awhile. Now comes word from the National Family Planning and Reproductive Health Association (NFPRHA), Washington, DC, that...
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