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Showing 7 articles from November 3, 2017.

Clinical

New 'Instructions' Could Let Dementia Patients Refuse Spoon-Feeding
New 'Instructions' Could Let Dementia Patients Refuse Spoon-Feeding

People who abhor the thought of being kept alive with feeding tubes or other types of artificial nutrition and hydration have, for years, had a way out

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New Drug Enables Infants with Genetic Disorder to Live Longer, Gain Motor Function
New Drug Enables Infants with Genetic Disorder to Live Longer, Gain Motor Function

Clinical trial shows treatment is "transformative" for babies with spinal muscular atrophy

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Business/Technology

Health Companies Race To Catch UnitedHealth As Amazon Laces Up
Health Companies Race To Catch UnitedHealth As Amazon Laces Up

As soon as news surfaced last week about the potential merger of CVS Health and Aetna, all eyes turned to the looming threat from Amazon

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Regulatory

House Tax Bill Would Scrap Deduction For Medical Expenses
House Tax Bill Would Scrap Deduction For Medical Expenses

The medical deduction, originally created in World War II, is available only to taxpayers whose expenses are above 10 percent of their adjusted gross income

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VIDEOS

Sounds Like A Good Idea? Regulating Drug Prices
Sounds Like A Good Idea? Regulating Drug Prices
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Sounds Like A Good Idea? Selling Insurance Across State Lines
Sounds Like A Good Idea? Selling Insurance Across State Lines
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Podcasts

Podcast: 'What The Health?' How Confused Are We?
Podcast: 'What The Health?' How Confused Are We?

Republicans continue to blame Democrats for problems with the Affordable Care Act, while Democrats say the GOP is strangling the law

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