FYI from the NHLBI Index
May 2001: Vol. 2, Issue 1
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- Message from the Director
- NIH Sites Recognized as Leading Sources of Health Information
- Internet Searches are Affecting Health Care Decisions and Concerns
- And the Winners Are . . .
- News from Capitol Hill
- Recent Advances from the NHLBI
- Inhaled Corticosteroids Do Not Slow Progression of COPD
- Reduced Fat Intake To Lower Cholesterol Is Safe and Beneficial for Children
- Study Reveals Link Between Salt Sensitivity and Risk of Death in People without Hypertension
- Representatives Emphasize Public Interest Organizations' Similarities
- The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Advisory Council's February Meeting
- NHLBI Public Outreach Activities Acknowledged by NIH Community
- May is High Blood Pressure Education Month
- Upcoming Events
- Award-Winning Project Empowers Women to Make Health Care Decisions
- Conference Grants are Available from the NHLBI
- Spotlight on Our Web Site
- Two Tools to Help You Get Where You Need to Go
- Sleep Well, Do Well with the NHLBI Star Sleeper Campaign
- New NHLBI Research Initiatives
- Need More Information?
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