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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2006-02-15

In this issue:  Doctor-owned hospitals, web privacy, and
criticisms of movie critics.

Can brain science unlock the secrets of success on Wall
Street?  An MIT finance professor and a small band of
economists are tapping into neuroscience and cognitive
psychology to better understand how investors make financial
decisions, according to BusinessWeek.

No wonder so many of us are overweight, ill-nourished and
just plain frustrated about how to shape up:  every day
brings more conflicting medical advice.  Time Europe relays
what experts are reporting now.
BusinessWeek says controversy is building over a
fast-growing, profit-driven business in which specialty
hospitals are partly owned and run by doctors.
Avian influenza A(H5N1) virus infects people infrequently,
but when it does the mortality rate is high.  JAAPA tells
you what you need to know about it's history, transmission,
and treatment.

BusinessWeek says the U.S. Justice Dept.'s demand for data
on how Web surfers use Google and other search engines
raises a disturbing question:  Just how much do the Web
sites you visit know about you?

Spice up your website with feeds from MagPortal

Smart Money tells you 10 things that movie critics won't.
Eye says that Firewall, starring Harrison Ford, is grimly