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Medical Lessons From The Big Mac (Social Issues, Feb. 10)

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Medical lessons from the Big Mac (Social Issues, Feb. 10)

"Medical lessons from the Big Mac" (Social Issues, Feb. 10) incorrectly said that 47% of Liberty Mutual Insurance Co.'s worker-compensation patients eventually return to work. That number is the national rate, not Liberty Mutual's.Return to top

Antigravity? Well, it's all up in the air (Science & Technology, Feb. 17)

In "Antigravity? Well, it's all up in the air" (Science & Technology, Feb. 17), John H. Schnurer should have been identified as director of applied sciences at Physics Engineering in Yellow Springs, Ohio.Return to top

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