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U.S. Public Health Service

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  • Matt Weinstock, March 11, 1960

     
    “This Will Be Almost Painless” A Peep by Wire This is to alert the ladies that the "Dr. Seaton" is busy again. He phoned a lady I know the other day and in his pleasant voice said he was Dr. Seaton of the city health department. He was making a...
  • Ending the marijuana monopoly

    DISCUSSION OF medical marijuana has always been heavy on rhetoric, elisions and grandiose claims. What it has lacked is reliable research that might bring some of the discussion into line with reality. This is because access to the government's monopoly...
  • Oases in Navajo desert contained 'a witch's brew'

    Cameron, Ariz. -- IN ALL HER YEARS of tending sheep in the western reaches of the Navajo range, Lois Neztsosie had never seen anything so odd. New lakes had appeared as if by magic in the arid scrublands. Instead of hunting for puddles in the sandstone,...
  • The specific welfare

    As The Times prepares to endorse a presidential candidate for the first time in more than 35 years, the editorial board will examine the candidates' stances on issues through our own sense of the meaning of some essential American values. How much have...
  • Drug Trials With a Dose of Doubt

    On Jan. 10, 2001, pharmaceutical giant Merck & Co. gathered its forces in a hotel conference room here with a clear-cut mission: Win a favorable vote for a new antifungal drug from a federal advisory committee -- a victory that would position the...