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#835 April 26, 2004
A. Technology Helps Researchers Track the Elusive Mountain Lion
B. How People Recognize the Human Emotion of Pride
C. Study Reveals Gender Differences in Human Energy Expenditure
D. Training Health Care Professionals to Start Palliative Care Programs
E. The Benefits of Acupuncture: All in Your Head?
#834 April 19, 2004
A. Nearly a Million Adults Lack Help with Essential Daily Needs
B. Are We a Nation of Couch Potatoes?
C. A Distinct Molecular Key to Overcoming Fear
D. The Rise of Diabetes Among Immigrant Latinos
E. Understanding the Environmental Factors that Affect Children
#833 April 12, 2004
A. Acupuncture: A Therapy for High Blood Pressure?
B. Ancient DNA Mutation May Have a Role in Disease Today
C. The Protein Folding Process: Something to 'FRET' About?
D. Understanding Lou Gehrig's Disease, or ALS
E. Male Biological Clocks Wind Down, Too
#832 April 6, 2004
A. New Insight into How Early Humans Adapted to Colder Climates
B. Researchers to Study the Use of Medications to Treat ADHD
C. Acupuncture Research Gets a Big Federal Boost
D. What Everyone Should Know about Advance Directives
E. A Call for New Guidelines for Prenatal Diagnostic Testing
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