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  • British Medical Journal

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  • Thirteen-year-olds can perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) as well as adults, finds a study published online in BMJ today.

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  • In a paper published in a British medical journal known as BMJ, researchers at Imperial College in London studied 1,397 British children ages zero to 4 who had been diagnosed with leukemia or a tumor in the brain or central nervous system between 1999 and 2001 and 5,588 similar children who had not been diagnosed with a cancer.

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  • The new analysis of data from 16,718 women, published in the British medical journal known as BMJ, found that the women who were not taking calcium when the study started but began taking it when they got into the research project were at 13 to 22 percent increased risk.

    The Seattle Times

  • Based on his analysis of emails, Sabbagh concludes that the BMJ was the target of an orchestrated campaign to silence criticism of Israel.

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  • A study in the medical journal "BMJ" said for every 1 point increase in body mass index, women are 12 percent less likely to have good health if they survive to age 70.

    CNN Transcript Sep 30, 2009

  • now better known as BMJ - on the long, sorrowful saga of Andrew Wakefield, a tale of woe and deceit that has already yielded unnecessary death and a worrying resurgence of disease and that may yet produce more of the same.

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  • Birks & Mayors Inc. (Amex "BMJ") is a leading operator of luxury jewelry stores in.

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  • Birks&Mayors Inc. (Amex "BMJ") is a leading operator of luxury jewelry stores in the United States and Canada.

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  • Birks & Mayors Inc. (Amex "BMJ") is a leading operator of 67 luxury jewellery stores in the.

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  • Birks & Mayors Inc. (Amex "BMJ") is a leading operator of luxury jewelry stores in the United States and Canada.

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