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Proceed To Article Researchers Who Track Drug Use Will Meet, June 13-16
Emerging patterns and trends in drug abuse will be discussed at the meeting of the Community Epidemiology Work Group (CEWG). CEWG provides frontline reports on emerging drug use trends in the United States. This advance knowledge of new forms of drug use, such as 'rolling and trolling' (combining Ecstasy with LSD), are invaluable to the understanding of drug use nationwide. More...

Proceed To Article 10 Things To Know About Evaluating Medical Resources On The Web
The number of Web sites offering health-related resources grows every day. Many sites provide valuable information, while others may have information that is unreliable or misleading. This short guide contains important questions you should consider as you look for health information online. More....

Proceed To Article Web Site Resource Watch: PDQ/CANCERLIT Service Center
The PDQ/CANCERLIT Service Center provides customized searches from the National Cancer Institute's PDQ and CANCERLIT databases to health professionals. Physicians and other health professionals can make requests through a toll-free telephone service, e-mail, or fax. The goal of the Service Center is to make information from PDQ and CANCERLIT available to health professionals who do not have the time or resources to access the databases directly. Read PDQ/CANCERLIT Service Center
Proceed To Article Malaria In The United States
Since 1970, every case of reported malaria in the US involved persons who had traveled to areas where the disease was endemic. However, in 1999 CDC officials were surprised to investigate cases where the victims had never traveled outside the US and were, in all likelihood, infected on Long Island, NY.More...

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