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Study: Mentally ill get different heart treatment

CHICAGO -- A study of 113,000 heart attack victims found that people with mental illnesses are much less likely to receive a bypass, angioplasty or other common, aggressive treatments.

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2000/01/26/tec_281031.shtml
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Health capsules: Restless legs

...can't sleep and wake up feeling exhausted every day," said Dr. Christopher Earley, a neurologist at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore, who published his study results in the December issue of Neurology. "Pergolide controls...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/1999/01/07/ent_249459.shtml
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Hemp-beer combination has consumers hopping

...drinking Hempen Ale will not produce a positive drug test. That's probably true, says Edward J. Cone of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, who is a drug-testing expert affiliated with the National Institute on Drug Abuse. The THC level in...

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