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Using functional MRI as a microscope to study effects of drugs and hypnosis on the brain; Is the 3D mammogram more accurate for dense breasts? In a healthy 76 yr-old person with high cholesterol, taking a statin might be too risky; High diversity of bacterial species and a high fiber diet are the keys for a healthy microbiome; Primer on the immune system as it applies to Coronavirus vaccines being tested