The subpages contain lists of all peer-reviewed references cited on the MoreLife website which are listed on PubMed (National Library of Medicine of the US National Center for Biotechnology Information). The references are arranged in the reverse order of their PubMed number. This is the order in which they are received by PubMed and generally approximates the order of their publication date. All referenced statements made on MoreLife are linked to a citation on one of these reference pages. In addition, each citation on these pages is linked to all the pages on MoreLife which reference it. This last is accomplished by giving a list of such links (as numbers) in the last line of each citation listing. Each citation is linked to its abstract on PubMed where such exist and those citations which have no abstract are so described. Many citations are also linked to full papers in .html and/or .pdf format. In order to download and read .pdf format papers, you will need to install Acrobat reader (version 4 or higher) which can be obtained free from
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We realize that the fully hyperlinked approach of these reference pages constitutes a departure from traditional referencing methods and may not meet with everyone's approval. However, we think that its use of the full power of the Web has major advantages over the print oriented historical method.