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#818 December 30, 2003
A. Good News for Chocolate Lovers
B. Like Owner, Like Horse? Maybe . . .
C. Surgical Training Using Virtual Simulations
D. A New Approach for Designing Marine Reserves
E. Merging Eastern and Western Medical Treatment
#817 December 23, 2003
A. The Threat of Certain Herbal Products on the Internet
B. How MRI Technology May Be Used in Agriculture
C. New Insight into What Triggers Deep Earthquakes
D. Yo-Yo Dieting a Major Cause of Extreme Obesity
E. The 'Mr. Mom' Concept is Not So New
#816 December 16, 2003
A. Why Husbands May Want to Do More Housework
B. The Importance of Clinical Trials for Breast Cancer
C. Designing Therapeutic Drugs to Target a Variety of Diseases
D. Reaping the Benefits of Exercise on Mood
E. A Twin Study Sheds Light on a Puzzling Question
#815 December 9, 2003
A. Geologists Date Glaciers that once Existed Near Los Angeles
B. Are Attitudes about Food Irradiation Changing?
C. To Reap the Mood-Enhancing Benefits of Exercise, Don't Sto
D. How Have New Certification Rules Affected the Organic Food Industry?
E. Some Tips for Dealing with Chronic Stress
#814 December 2, 2003
A. How Targeted Cancer Therapies Work
B. One Step Beyond 'Smart Bomb Therapy'
C. Alternatives to a Proposed FAA Child Seat Regulation
D. Measuring Social Status and Disease
E. Searching the Great Plains for Pristine Soil
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