@amcunningham Yes, lists FTW!

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So happy to finally get associations, PR, and service providers separate from those doing science instead of just promoting it.

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Shirley had started such a thing last year -... re: http://ff.im/cidKG

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Risk of blood clot after surgery higher and lasts longer than previously thought

The risk of having a potentially fatal blood clot after surgery is higher and lasts for longer than had previously been thought, concludes new research published on bmj.com today.


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Popular diabetes drugs linked to increased risk of heart failure and death

Sulphonylureas, a type of drug widely used to treat type 2 diabetes, carries a greater risk of heart failure and death compared with metformin, another popular antidiabetes drug.


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Weight loss reduces sleep problems in obese men

Weight loss reduces obstructive sleep apnoea in obese men, with the greatest effect seen in patients with severe disease, according to new research published on bmj.com today.


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Wow, it's so much easier to sort out your lists when you can look up people while adding/removing.Of course, that requires 2 screens.

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Brush With Death on the Mountain

Three skiers trigger their own avalanche.
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Killer Fog

A mysterious fog rises from Lake Nyos in Cameroon and unleashes death upon nearly 2000 people in nearby villages. Wild: Death Fog : SAT DEC 5 10P et/pt : channel.nationalgeographic.com
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@marshallk The answer is - If so, perhaps!

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