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Stop that damned ringing By Mike Perry
How tinnitus can drive you crazy, and how it can be cured.
(05/06/99)

Precarious prescriptions By Rob Waters
Can your doctor's poor penmanship hurt you?
(05/05/99)

Cruel blows By Arthur Allen
Can medical technology save boxers from brain death?
(04/30/99)

The hole story By Jon Bowen
Drilling your skull: Is it the way to bliss or just extremely dangerous?
(04/29/99)

Sauce béarnaise syndrome By Susan McCarthy
Learned taste aversion may be nature's way of keeping us away from deadly foods.
(04/28/99)

"A razor in my bladder" By Nancy Evans
Interstitial cystitis causes excruciating pain -- but some doctors deny it even exists.
(04/26/99)

Dying to ride By Andrew Taber
As the pro cycling season begins, drug-use scandals continue to explode.
(04/21/99)

My cancer time bomb By Christopher Scanlan
A child smoker who quit now fears that the first puff was the worst.
(04/20/99)

Journal wars By Dawn MacKeen
Will the debut of Medscape General Medicine, the first online publication of its kind, change the way health news is delivered?
(04/19/99)

Passionate eating By Debra Ollivier
Plus Eisner vs. Katzenberg -- who gives more to charity?
(04/16/99)

The crack-up By Steven Scott Smith
Falling apart may have been just what this overachiever needed.
(04/15/99)

Heal thyself.com By Arthur Allen
As wired patients go online for medical help, the question is: Can a little knowledge be a dangerous thing?
(04/13/99)

Heartburn or cardiac arrest By Dawn MacKeen
A cardiologist offers the first proof that his little-used test for heart attacks not only could save lives but billions of dollars.
(04/12/99)

Tinseltown's diet dame By Sherise Dorf
A writer tries "taking it off" with Alicia Silverstone and Dennis Quaid.
(04/08/99)

The man in the blue coat By Steven Petrow
A testicular cancer survivor learns that hope is a gift and that fear is a frequent companion.
(04/07/99)

Sex police By Sally Lehrman
The biology of sex is being hotly debated, as parents, doctors and researchers re-evaluate what it means to be male and female.
(04/05/99)

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