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  • Pot tied to fewer brain injury deaths: study

    Pot tied to fewer brain injury deaths: study
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who use marijuana may be more likely to survive a serious head injury than people who don't, a new study suggests. At one hospital, the death rate after traumatic brain injury was lower among people who tested posit
  • Program may help diabetics head off low blood sugar

    Program may help diabetics head off low blood sugar
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - A six-week behavior-modification program helped people with diabetes overcome anxieties and prevent plunging blood sugar in a small UK study. Dr. Stephanie Amiel of King's College London and her colleagues evaluated a prog
  • Wart virus makes for less deadly cancer: study

    Wart virus makes for less deadly cancer: study
    WASHINGTON A wart virus best known for causing cervical cancer may make for a less-deadly kind of head and neck cancer, researchers reported on Thursday. People whose head and neck tumors carried the human papillomavirus virus, or HPV, were 59 percen
    2009-05-15 VIRUSCANCERHEAD

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