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Rethinking Sleep - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “It’s not the quantity of sleep that restores and refreshes, but the quality.View full resource at nytimes.com

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New System for Patients to Report Medical Mistakes - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “The Obama administration wants consumers to report mistakes and unsafe practices by doctors, hospitals and others who provide treatment.View full resource at nytimes.com

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White House thinks patients should be reporting physicians to the government. http://t.co/Ph7D3Qy6 Why not to hospitals first?

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BG-12 Pill Shows Promise in Suppressing Multiple Sclerosis Relapses - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “Clinical trials indicate that BG-12, developed by Biogen Idec, may be safer and more effective than existing treatments for patients in the early stages of the disease.View full resource at nytimes.com

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Life Went On Around Her, Redefining Care by Bridging a Divide - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “The story of Lia Lee, the severely brain-damaged daughter of Hmong refugees, inspired a book that affected the way American medicine is practiced across cultures.View full resource at nytimes.com

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DrKimMD Kim Newell, MD Pediatrician, Physician, and Doctor

Lia Lee dies. Her spirit lives on, inside me and many others. Thanks to Anne Fadiman for chronicling her story. http://t.co/AHvGfuDS

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Long-Term Care Looms as Rising Medicaid Cost - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “The program is the only safety net for millions of middle-class people whose needs for long-term care, at home or in a nursing home, outlast their resources.View full resource at nytimes.com

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Parkinson's in the Media: With Medicaid, Long-Term Care of Elderly Looms as a Rising Cost http://t.co/VS9iQABA

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The Bush White House Was Deaf to 9/11 Warnings - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “The Bush administration was told, as early as May 2001, about the threat of an attack by Al Qaeda.View full resource at nytimes.com

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Ovarian Cancer Screening Has No Benefit, Panel Says - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “Not only do the commonly recommended tests not lower the death rate from the disease, they also expose women to unnecessary risk and should not be performed, a panel of medical experts said.View full resource at nytimes.com

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Ovarian Cancer Screenings Are Not Effective: "To find one case of ovarian cancer, 20 women had to undergo surgery" http://t.co/AM40alXy

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More Young Adults Have Health Insurance, Study Says - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “The share of young adults without health insurance fell by one-sixth in 2011 from the previous year, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.View full resource at nytimes.com

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hayeslat Brandon Hayes-Lattin, MD Oncologist, Physician, Doctor, and Internist

"More Young Adults Have Insurance After Health Care Law, Study Says" http://t.co/accLWnfn

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Valve, a Video Game Maker With Few Rules - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “Valve, the uncorporate but influential video game company, thinks it may be onto the next big thing in games: wearable computing.View full resource at nytimes.com

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SexualityToday Dr Stephen Snyder Doctor, Psychiatrist, and Physician

@drjoydavidson No, the link is good. Think what'll happen when virtual reality gaming and sex therapy meet up. http://t.co/9uO3RXEb

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Why Fathers Really Matter - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “Modern biology is making it clearer by the day that a man’s health and well-being have a measurable impact on his future children’s health and happiness.View full resource at nytimes.com

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SexualityToday Dr Stephen Snyder Doctor, Psychiatrist, and Physician

Now we know: Our lives are in fact chemical letters to our grandchildren http://t.co/AiOo4Mf9 @JudithShulevitz

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Why Fathers Really Matter - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “Modern biology is making it clearer by the day that a man’s health and well-being have a measurable impact on his future children’s health and happiness.View full resource at nytimes.com

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N.F.L. Players’ Support of Same-Sex Marriage Alters Homophobic Image of League - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “Two players in the National Football League, Brendon Ayanbadejo and Chris Kluwe, have lent their support for gay marriage, helping alter the league’s stigma of having a homophobic culture.View full resource at nytimes.com

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SexualityToday Dr Stephen Snyder Doctor, Psychiatrist, and Physician

@AntonTherapy Much of the NFL now in support of gay marriage. O brave new world. http://t.co/yhCzgVdW Via @nytimeswell

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Valve, a Video Game Maker With Few Rules - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “Valve, the uncorporate but influential video game company, thinks it may be onto the next big thing in games: wearable computing.View full resource at nytimes.com

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SexualityToday Dr Stephen Snyder Doctor, Psychiatrist, and Physician

Sex therapy 2016 - when someone figures out how to cross the diamond with the pearl http://t.co/9uO3RXEb @mocost @DrJoyDavidson

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Valve, a Video Game Maker With Few Rules - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “Valve, the uncorporate but influential video game company, thinks it may be onto the next big thing in games: wearable computing.View full resource at nytimes.com

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Long-Term Care Looms as Rising Medicaid Cost - NYTimes.com

nytimes.com — “The program is the only safety net for millions of middle-class people whose needs for long-term care, at home or in a nursing home, outlast their resources.View full resource at nytimes.com

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With Medicaid, Long-Term Care of Elderly Looms as a Rising Cost http://t.co/noOOj9gf

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