Research Update

Brown, C.J.; Basky, Greg
June 1999
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;6/29/99, Vol. 160 Issue 13, p1817
Academic Journal
Offers medical research information for June 29, 1999. A study published in the `Clinical and Investigative Medicine' journal about a blood test that indicates which patients are malnourished and need dietary supplements; Research published in the `Journal of the American Medical Association' showing that modification of sleep habits is better than the use of drugs for elderly patients.


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