Pharmaceutical drugs In the editorial that was published in the same journal, a Canadian researcher acknowledges this disappointment
"I am surely biased," Meeker states, adding: "Yet I find it hard to understand the notion that spinal manipulation wouldn't
One of the biggest frustrations with the American health care system is that it is incapable of accurately pricing goods and services. The reimbursement that providers receive varies considerably based on which insurer is paying.
People are already interested in reading about and watching celebrities. Using their life experiences and health journeys as an expository case study not only is stealth public health education. Charlie Sheen did a good thing and has given us a platform. Let's use it.
We need to refocus our resources and attention on the two things that really matter: (1) stopping men and women from getting breast cancer in the first place -- primary prevention; and (2) preventing metastasis if they do.
We will need to finally figure out the anatomy of the breast ducts and develop reliable ways to image and monitor them -- which is something Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation is committed to doing. If DCIS is really just like rust in the pipes, maybe the next step is to figure out how to squirt something like Drano down the duct and clean them out!
More people are insured, and more people can afford their health care.
Study suggests the law has improved access to care.
Information like this can lead in two directions: to despair or to action. Despair is a non-starter. Putting aside humanitarian concerns, the United States cannot afford to limit the prospects of the 20 percent of its children who grow up in poverty.
No one seems to know what causes the gender difference in volume and memory, but ladies, take heart, your husband isn't the
George H. Simmons came up with the brilliant idea to transform the AMA into a big business by granting the AMA's "seal of approval" to certain drug companies that placed large and frequent ads in JAMA and its various affiliate publications.
We may all acknowledge, with the great pride warranted, that fighting childhood obesity and simultaneously marketing multicolored marshmallows and toaster pastries to our children as part of their complete breakfast is an impressive feat of cultural legerdemain.
Just one more reason to put on those gym shoes and get moving. The best way to age healthily can't be found in a face cream
Unfortunately the article, at a glance, may add to the growing perception among journalists, primary care physicians who may not read below the paper's title, and others -- including many ordinary women -- that mammography's effectiveness has been, again, disproved.