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NIH MedlinePlus the Magazine and NIH News in Health Now Available!

The Winter 2012 issue of NIH MedlinePlus the Magazine and March 2012 issue of NIH News in Health are now available online!

NIH MedlinePlus the Magazine is the free, trusted consumer guide to the vast array of authoritative online health and medical information at Published four times a year, the magazine showcases the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) latest medical research and healthcare information. In this quarter’s NIH MedlinePlus the Magazine:
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  • Medicines for Children
    • Developing Safe and Effective Medicines for Children
    • The Importance of Children in Clinical Trials
    • Cokie Roberts Cares about Kids!
  • Vision
    • Take Steps to Keep Your Sight
    • Nutrition and the Aging Eye
    • Leading Causes of Blindness
    • Understanding Your Vision: The “Imperfect Eye”
    • Videos from the National Eye Institute: Eye Diseases
  • Detecting and Treating Gout
    • Detecting and Treating Gout
    • Gout: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treament
    • Gout: Personal Stories
    • Gout: History, Research, and Recent NIH–Supported Advances
    • True or False: What Do You Know About Gout?
  • February Is Women’s Heart Month
    • The Heart Truth Campaign Inspires Women’s Heart Health Action

NIH News in Health is the monthly newsletter bringing you practical health news and tips based on the latest NIH research. The National Institutes of Health (NIH) plays a major role in finding better ways to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent diseases. In this month’s NIH News in Health:

  • Halt the Hurt! Dealing with Chronic Pain
  • Dry Eyes and Mouth? You May Have Sjögren’s Syndrome
  • How Often Should Women Have Bone Tests?
  • Mobile App Helps Teens Quit Smoking
  • Featured Website: Easy-to-Read Drug Facts

Print subscriptions to both NIH MedlinePlus the Magazine and NIH News in Health are available free of charge.

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