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UP TO ONE THIRD of persons referred for coronary angiography have normal angiograms. Many of those persons may actually be suffering from panic disorder, according to a Seattle investigator.
"With better training of primary care physicians, we may be able to screen out these persons" and avoid...
THE LONG-TERM effects of ultraviolet (UV) light on the eye are of increasing concern as many people live longer and spend more of that time in outdoor recreation and as the diminishing ozone layer filters less UV light.
Ultraviolet radiation is strongest at high altitude, low latitude, and open...
ALMOST 15 years ago, in a basement at Chicago's University of Illinois Medical Center, Michael Barany, MD, PhD, measured phosphorus metabolites in an intact frog muscle using magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS). Prior to that, chemists used spectroscopy solely to analyze the contents of test...
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