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Health and Medicine Index

The price of oil and poor air quality; Ned Rozell. #1935; 11/25/08

Alaskans' vitamin D production slows to a halt; Ned Rozell. #1934; 11/19/08

Unhealthy fats arrive with other changes in Native culture; Ned Rozell. #1917; 7/23/08

Is there a link between diabetes and latitude?; Ned Rozell. #1915; 7/9/08

Alaska pathway seems free of deadly bird flu; Ned Rozell. #1912; 6/18/08

Benzene study in Anchorage targets attached garages; Ned Rozell. #1884; 12/5/07

Air quality of the great Alaska indoors; Ned Rozell. #1881; 11/14/07

When moving on Alaska's trails, fat is good; Ned Rozell. #1839; 1/24/07

Pesticide traces found in Alaska wilderness; Ned Rozell. #1802; 05/10/06

Even more Alaska news from San Francisco: Ned Rozell. #1782; 12/21/05

Villager's remains lead to 1918 flu breakthrough: Ned Rozell. #1772; 10/13/05.

Diving for signs of nuclear contamination: Ned Rozell. #1728; 12/09/04.

The smoking of Interior Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1707; 07/15/04.

Researchers Eye Link Between Diet, Depression: Ned Rozell. #1682; 1/22/04.

Sampling Alaska Air for Migrant Pollution: Ned Rozell. #1649; 06/05/03.

West Nile Virus and Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1644; 05/1/03.

Oil Fires in Iraq and the World's Air: Ned Rozell. #1640; 04/03/03.

Oxygen Sensors May Improve Alaska Air: Ned Rozell. #1627; 01/02/03

Permafrost Preserves Clues to Deadly 1918 Flu: Ned Rozell. #1563; 10/11/01

Will women overtake men in the long run?: Ned Rozell. #1561; 09/27/01

Dioxins: Another Uninvited Visitor to the North: Ned Rozell. #1515; 11/09/00

Despite Smoke, Alaska Air Still Good Stuff: Ned Rozell. #1497; 07/12/00

Mercury Found in Fish of Southwest Alaska: Ned Rozell. #1462; 10/22/99

Spring a Painful Season for Some: Ned Rozell. #1432; 03/17/99.

Anatomy of the New Year's Hangover: Ned Rozell. #1420; 12/23/98.

Beavers Not Entirely to Blame for Beaver Fever: Ned Rozell. #1410; #1500; 10/14/98.

Permafrost Preserves Clues to Deadly 1918 Flu: Ned Rozell. #1386; 04/29/98.

Of Ground Squirrels, Vitamin C, and Stroke: Ned Rozell. #1378; 03/03/98.

Expose Yourself to the Light, Be Happy: Ned Rozell. #1377; 02/25/98.

Full Belly and Hard Head Help in Iditasport: Ned Rozell. #1330; 03/27/97.

Ailing Ears Aloft: Carla Helfferich. #1308; 10/24/96.

Tapping the Will Power of an Arctic Ground Squirrel: Ned Rozell. #1282; 04/25/96.

Spring a Painful Season for Some: Ned Rozell. #1280; 04/11/96.

Fly East for Bad Jet Lag: Ned Rozell. #1261; 11/16/95.

SAD: A Sign of the Sunless Season: Ned Rozell; #1260; 11/10/95.

When the Body Bonks, You Listen: Ned Rozell. #1231; 04/20/95.

Oxyfuel's Smell: A Curse or a Blessing?: Ned Rozell. #1230; 04/13/95.

The Wind as Heat Thief: Ned Rozell. #1227; 03/23/95.

The Seasonal Smell of Silver Bells: Carla Helfferich. #1214; 12/15/94.

A Small Triumph for French Cooking: Carla Helfferich. #1203; 09/29/94.

Transgenic Animals are Good Medicine: Matthew Forester. #1174; 03/09/94.

Gnaw Those Bones: Carla Helfferich. #1157; 10/27/93.

Good Drug, Bad Drug, Same Drug: Carla Helfferich. #1155; 10/13/93.

Cutting Boards Revisited: Carla Helfferich. #1141; 07/07/93.

Sickening DNA with Sunburns: Carla Helfferich. #1138; 06/16/93.

Taxol Revisited: Carla Helfferich. #1126; 03/24/93.

On the Chopping Block: Carla Helfferich. #1121B; 02/17/93.

A Scourge Returns: Carla Helfferich. #1107; 10/28/92.

Starve a Bear, Feed a Heart Attack: Carla Helfferich. #1101; 09/16/92.

Sickly Tans: Carla Helfferich. #1088; 06/17/92.

Survival Tricks of a Slippery Virus: Carla Helfferich. #1081; 05/06/92.

To Live Long, Don't Prosper: Carla Helfferich. #1068; 02/05/92.

Weak Tea as Strong Medicine: Carla Helfferich. #1064; 01/08/92.

A Little Learning About Lead: Carla Helfferich. #1058; 11/27/91.

The Return of Vitamin C: Carla Helfferich. #1057; 11/20/91.

A Cure in the Popping Cavies: Carla Helfferich. #1055; 11/06/91.

Tracking the Wily Compound: Carla Helfferich. #1054; 10/29/91.

Cholestrol and Changing Facts: Carla Helfferich. #1031; 05/22/91.

Problems with Protecting Privacy: Carla Helfferich. #1030; 05/16/91.

Tricking the Imune System: Carla Helfferich. #1002; 10/31/90.

Heyday of Hay Fever: Carla Helfferich. #995; 09/12/90.

Hunting for Cancer Killers: Carla Helfferich. #991; 08/15/90.

Tinkering with Evolution: Carla Helfferich. #988; 07/25/90.

Score One for the Sunshine--Maybe: Carla Helfferich. #970; 03/21/90.

Fiber Optics Goes to our Heads: Carla Helfferich. #961; 01/17/90.

The Joy of Oats: Carla Helfferich. #946; 10/04/89.

Diets and the Unfairness of Evolution---Maybe: Carla Helfferich. #926; 05/17/89.

A Minimum of Aluminum: Carla Helfferich. #915; 03/01/89.

Darkness on the Brain-and on the Stomach: Carla Helfferich. #908; 01/11/89.

Short Days Are Good for You--On the Outside: Carla Helfferich. #905; 12/21/88.

Red Wine and Migraine Headaches: Sue Ann Bowling. #869; 04/18/88.

The Human Ear Sounds Off: Larry Gedney. #766; 04/28/86.

Sodium: Tom Gosink. #653; 03/14/84.

Whuzzat?: Larry Gedney. #649; 02/27/84.

Human Behavior Before Earthquakes: Larry Gedney. #625; 09/12/83.

How Good are Over-the-Counter Drugs?: Larry Gedney. #611; 06/24/83.

Radiation Exposure: Tom Gosink. #604; 04/29/83.

Why Doesn't the Stomach Digest Itself?: Larry Gedney. #599; 03/30/83.

What Do Carbon Monoxide Levels Mean?: Tom Gosink. #588; 01/28/83.

The Spots Before your Eyes: Larry Gedney. #568; 09/29/82.

Electromagnetic Smog over Alaska: T. Neil Davis. #533; 3/15/82.

Microwave Death: T. Neil Davis. #511; 11/02/81.

Negative-Ions and Computers: T. Neil Davis. #505; 09/25/81.

Herpes Virus: T. Neil Davis. #495; 06/29/81.

Toxicity of Burning Material: T. Neil Davis. #481; 04/22/81.

Ion Generators: T. Neil Davis. #465; 02/09/81.

Northern Suicide: T. Neil Davis. #455; 02/25/81.

DMSO: T. Neil Davis. #442; 11/24/99.

Spring Suicides: T. Neil Davis. #393; 04/21/80.

Radiowave Effects on Humans: T. Neil Davis. #386; 03/28/80.

Radiowave Pollution: T. Neil Davis. #351; 11/02/79.

Growth of Cancer: T. Neil Davis. #338; 10/19/79.

Yogis, Bears, Seals and Babies: T. Neil Davis. #337; 09/14/79.

Carbon Monoxide from Melting Snow: T. Neil Davis. #336; 08/31/79.

Seal Finger: T. Neil Davis. #335; 08/24/79.

Burls and Human Cancer: T. Neil Davis. #329; 07/28/79.

The Common Cold: T. Neil Davis. #270; 11/02/78.

Nitrate-Nitrite Quandary: T. Neil Davis. #248; 10/16/78.

Surviving Hypothermia: T. Neil Davis. #246; 08/11/78.

Caffeine: Fran Pedersen. #240; 07/28/78.

Oral Electricity: T. Neil Davis. #233; 06/16/78.

Migratory Birds and Influenza: T. Neil Davis. #219; 01/27/78.

Violent Death in Alaska: Julia Froelicher. #181; 08/21/77.

Arsenate and Phosphate - Chemical Look-alikes: Don Button and T. Neil Davis. #168; 05/22/77.

Arsenic in Well Water: T. Neil Davis. #30; 01/18/77.

Cold Water Drowning: T. Neil Davis. #29; 04/14/76.