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This small book is another in the genre of less is more, and there is an enormous conspiracy to cover up that fact.
The authors clearly abhor all things nuclear and have collected and searched through a huge databank seeking any and all variations in disease occurrence, which are then causally...
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I appreciate Dr Atwood's comments on the pervasiveness of alcohol abuse and the great suffering it has caused American families. Yet I disagree that domestic violence is a "sign" of substance abuse, and I urge caution when assuming a causal relationship between these two behaviors....
An error occurred in the Grand Rounds at the National Institutes of Health entitled "Emerging Concepts in the Treatment of HIV Infection in Children," published in the October 13, 1989, issue of The Journal (1989;262:1989-1992). On page 1991, the following sentence should have appeared in the...
Federal regulations for use of neuroleptic drugs in Medicare- and Medicaidcertified nursing homes throughout the United States were implemented October 1,1990. These regulations constitute the first time that prescription drugs are required, by law, to be justified by indications documented in...
HOSTILE WEAPONS aren't the only threat to the forces arrayed against Iraq in this fateful first month of 1991.
For nearly 6 months, US military physicians, dental personnel, nurses, and corpsmen have been applying preventive and therapeutic measures against more than a score of potential...
Two errors occurred in the Original Contribution entitled "Leukemia in Utah and Radioactive Fallout From the Nevada Test Site: A Case-Control Study," published in the August 1 issue of The Journal (1990;264:585-591). On page 588 in Table 1, the first horizontal line should read as follows: "All...
To the Editor.—
I am writing to comment on the two articles by Teri Randall1,2 on domestic violence. I believe that these articles, on the one hand, did a real service to the medical community by alerting us to the large numbers of injuries due to domestic violence. On the other hand, the...
THE ARTICLE prepared for this issue of JAMA by the Cardiology Working Group1 is more evidence from concerned citizens (medical and nonmedical) of the need to explore the issues of and search for solutions to the escalation of health care costs that threaten the solvency of our health care...
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