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  01/11/2005 American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (AAAAI) - Clinical
Updated NAEPP guidelines emphasize asthma control in pregnant women, from the Journal of Allergy & Clinical Immunology
  01/11/2005 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) - Health and Science
Health Care Spending in The United States Slows for The First Time in Seven Years
  01/11/2005 U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS) - Government
Statement by Tommy G. Thompson Secretary of Health and Human Services In Support of the Together Rx Access Card Announcement
  01/11/2005 National Institutes of Health (NIH) - Clinical
New Treatment Guidelines for Pregnant Women with Asthma - Monitoring and Managing Asthma Important for Healthy Mother and Baby
  01/11/2005, Nature Publishing Group (NPG) - Clinical
Allergens reveal common contours - Protein shape predicts the difference between peas and peanuts.
  01/11/2005, Nature Publishing Group (NPG) - Health and Science
Red meat is strongly linked to cancer - Diet experts urge move to poultry, fish and beans after results of long-term study.
  01/11/2005 Mayo Clinic Proceedings, EurekaAlert!-AAAS - Health and Science
Mayo Clinic researchers report success in new molecular breast imaging technique - Using a new specially designed gamma camera for breast imaging, Mayo Clinic researchers report in the January issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings their success with a system they call molecular breast imaging.
  01/11/2005 Nutrition Reviews, EurekaAlert!-AAAS - Health and Science
New study reveals treatment for 'silent killer' using diet, not drugs - A new scientific review shows that high blood pressure can be reduced with diet changes, especially a vegetarian diet. The new report analyzes the results of published studies and concludes that vegetarian populations have lower rates of hypertension, 'the silent killer.'
  01/11/2005 Psycho-Oncology, EurekaAlert!-AAAS - Clinical
Carefree people care less about cancer symptoms, endanger health - A little anxiety can be a good thing when it comes to cancer symptoms according to researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. They report that people with low overall anxiety levels were more apt to ignore symptoms of rectal cancer for long periods of time, thereby delaying treatment. In contrast, ...
  01/11/2005 Ohio State University, Journal of Healthcare Management, EurekaAlert!-AAAS - Professional Issues
'Temp doctors' choose career for flexibility, easier lifestyle - When people think of jobs that use temporary workers, doctors are probably not one of the first careers to come to mind. But the use of temporary staff doctors appears to be a growing trend, and a new study suggests many doctors are choosing short-term assignments because they don't want to work full-time or because they are seeking a more flexible schedule.

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