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Selecting the Right Tool For the Job: Ethics Surrounding Drug Trials During Deadly Infectious Disease Outbreaks, 04/16/2015
Too Many Obstetrics Beds in NYC Hospitals: Cost to City Is Approximately $26.4 Million Per Year, 04/10/2015
Scientists Find Clues Into Cognitive Dysfunction in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, 03/31/2015
Study Provides Evidence Against the Fetal Origins of Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease, 03/27/2015
Medicaid Is a Very Good Investment Even If It Does Not Lower Cholesterol, Blood Pressure, or Blood Sugar, 03/26/2015
Autistic Children More Likely to Have GI Issues in Early Life, 03/25/2015
Breathing Air Pollutants During Pregnancy Can Damage Child's Brain, 03/25/2015
Female Health Workers Increased Use of Health Services in Hard-to-Reach Rural Area, 03/20/2015
New Findings: Older Workers Play Pivotal Role in Solving Today’s Workforce Challenges, 03/18/2015
Rat Brains Point to Lead's Role in Schizophrenia, 03/11/2015
Pregnancy Weight Gain Tilts the Scales for Child Becoming Obese, 03/10/2015
Scientists Discover Robust Evidence That Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Is a Biological Illness, 02/27/2015
Women Twice as Likely to See Pot as Risky, 02/25/2015
Teens Increasingly Sleep Deprived, 02/13/2015
Superfund Research Program Shows Many U.S. Wells Tainted With Arsenic, 02/06/2015
Four out of Every Ten American Children Live in Low-income Families, 01/26/2015
Half of Young Victims of Fatal Crashes in Nine U.S. States Used Either Alcohol or Marijuana, 01/13/2015
Epidemiologists Receive Grant to Study Senior Safety on the Road, 01/12/2015
PTSD and Depression in Survivors a Decade after 9/11, 01/09/2015
Nutrition Intervention Leads to Sustained Dietary Behavior Changes Among Latina Breast Cancer Survivors, 01/08/2015
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