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#431 July 30, 1996
A. A New Kind of Steel
B. Birds Weren't the First to Fly
C. A Different View of Welfare Reform
D. Identifying Domestic Violence In the Emergency Ward
E. How to Spend HIV Prevention Dollars
#430 July 23, 1996
A. Are You Warm Enough?
B. Physicians and Race
C. Global Warming: the News Isn't All Bad
D. Racism in Emergency Wards?
E. Explaining the Gap Between Rich and Poor
#429 July 16, 1996
A. Battling the Chlamydia Epidemic
B. A Stimulating Substitute
C. Unusual Experiment, Disturbing Results
D. Going After the Cause of AIDS Wasting
E. What Were Flying Dinosaurs Like?
#428 July 9, 1996
A. HIV Testing In Hospitals: The Social Issues
B. Finding Chlamydia Before It's Too Late
C. Welfare Reform: The Forgotten Fathers
D. Is Diet More Important Than Prenatal Care?
E. Saving the Brain With Neuroprotectors
#427 July 2, 1996
A. How To Jump Start A Baby's Red Blood Cells
B. A Dangerous Global Feedback Loop
C. A New Use for An Infamous Drug
D. Crop Engineering Proceeds -- With Caution
E. Should Hospital Patients Be Screened for HIV?
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