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Business groups, once tobacco-friendly, switch sides in fight 1:11am EST

NEW YORK The local chamber of commerce is usually a reliable ally in battles against regulation. But when it comes to smoking rules, many business groups have decided they would rather switch than fight.

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Gender disparity in academic medicine sponsorship

(Reuters Health) - Women are less likely than men to gain sponsorship from their mentors in academic medicine, a survey of National Institutes of Health (NIH) grant recipients suggests.

Feb 27 2017

Magnesium may not ease nighttime leg cramps

(Reuters Health) - Patients suffering from leg cramps at night don’t get any more relief from these symptoms with a magnesium pill than they do with a dummy pill, a recent Israeli study suggests.

Feb 27 2017

Most U.S. high schools lack athletic trainers

(Reuters Health) - Many U.S. high schools don't offer athletic training services and few employ full-time athletic trainers, according to a new study.

Feb 27 2017

Americans stressed over politics, poll shows

(Reuters Health) - In January, just before President Donald Trump was inaugurated, Americans reported feeling more stressed than they had in at least a decade, since the American Psychological Association first began taking the public’s temperature in 2006.

Feb 27 2017

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