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May 2001

May 22-31, 2001
Gene Chips Accurately Diagnose Four Complex Childhood Cancers, May 30, 2001
NHLBI-VA Study Finds No Increased Survival from Beta-Blocker for Moderate to Advanced Heart Failure, May 30, 2001
New Research Shows Even a Single Drug Exposure Can Alter Brain Function, May 30, 2001
Gene Slows Frontal Lobes, Boosts Schizophrenia Risk, May 29, 2001
Study Sheds Light on Role of Gender Differences in the Risk of HIV Infection Among Injection Drug Users, May 27, 2001
NHLBI Unveils New Resources to Help Consumers Control Their Blood Pressure, May 25, 2001
Researchers Localize the Brain Circuitry Anticipating Monetary Gains, May 23, 2001
Homing In On Human Language: More Than Semantics . . . A Closer Look At The Left Inferior Frontal Gyrus, May 23, 2001
NHLBI Researchers Find Long-Acting Beta-Agonists Not as Effective as Inhaled Corticosteroids in Treating Persistent Asthma, May 22, 2001
National Survey Examines Factors Related to High Level of Dust Mite and Cockroach Allergen in Beds, May 22, 2001

May 15-21, 2001
NIDA NewsScan, May 21, 2001
From the Telegraph to the Internet and Beyond, "The Once and Future Web" Takes a Byte Out of Communications History, May 21, 2001
Human Cells Can "Silence" HIV Genes, May 19, 2005
Long-Chain Alcohol Found To Block Mechanism of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, May 18, 2001
Brain Gene Implicated in Autism, May 17, 2001
NIH Clinical Center Develops On-line Course for Clinical Research Training, May 16, 2001
Breastfeeding Has Minor Effect in Reducing Risk of Childhood Overweight, May 15, 2001
DDT, PCBs Not Linked to Higher Rates of Breast Cancer, an Analysis of Five Northeast Studies Concludes, May 15, 2001
Papers of Nobel Scientist Marshall Nirenberg added to "Profiles in Science", May 15, 2001
NCEP Issues Major New Cholesterol Guidelines, May 15, 2001

May 8-14, 2001
33-Year Study Emphasizes Lethal Consequences of Heroin Addiction, May 14, 2001
Fourth Annual HIV Vaccine Awareness Day Honors Volunteers, Promotes Research, May 14, 2001
More Study Recommended on Long-term Reproductive Effects of Traces of Both Natural and Man-made Hormone-like Chemicals, May 14, 2001
NIGMS Creates Center for Bioinformatics and Computational Biology, May 14, 2001
Drug Treatment of Lead-exposed Children Does Not Improve Psychological Test Scores, May 9, 2001
National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering Established, May 9, 2001
Increased Awareness of Stroke Symptoms Could Dramatically Reduce Stroke Disability, May 8, 2001

May 1-7, 2001
Hepatitis C Risk Not Limited to Injection Drug Users, May 7, 2001
A Parasite, a Virus, and a Bacterium: NIAID's Plan to Tackle the World's Leading Killers, May 7, 2001
NIDA NewsScan, May 4, 2001
Environmental Health Institute Selects Centers in Ohio, Texas, New York and Washington to Breed Mice with Gene Variants for Disease Studies, May 3, 2001
NHLBI Reports New Asthma Data for World Asthma Day 2001; Asthma Still a Problem But More Groups Fighting It, May 3, 2001

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