The garden will help alleviate food insecurity and provide nutritious foods for those who need it most
Nationally, the number of PrEP users rose from 8,768 in 2012 to 77,120 in 2016 -- an average annual increase of 73 percent in each of those four years
About 1,500 medical students in the U.S. have disclosed a disability and receive formal accommodations
The new cards address security concerns by removing each member's Social Security number and replacing it with a new, randomly generated 11-digit "Medicare number"
Congress is barreling toward a March 23 deadline to finish work on a bill to fund much of the federal government for the remainder of the fiscal year. That bill is also supposed to include separate legislation aimed at stabilizing premiums for individuals who buy their own health insurance
Congress is barreling toward a deadline to finish work on a bill to fund much of the federal government for the remainder of the fiscal year. That bill is also supposed to include separate legislation aimed at stabilizing premiums for individuals who buy their own health insurance.
Stripping cigarettes of all or most of their addictive power could lead 5 million adults to quit smoking within a year of the plan going into place and another 8 million to quit within five years
The shortage has left many hospitals and surgical centers scrambling to find enough injectable morphine, Dilaudid and fentanyl
2018 Main Residency Match is largest on record with almost 44,000 registered applicants and more than 33,000 positions offered
Award recognizes Poinciana's performance
There were 21 bills related to healthcare passed in the 2018 Legislative Session
New offering improves patient experience; reduces health care costs for employers
An increasing number of states are now requiring some form of drug testing of public assistance recipients
Discussing the costs of monitoring patients receiving opioids and the costs of not being monitored
Risk factors include personal history of colorectal polyps or cancer, personal history of inflammatory bowel disease, and family history of colorectal cancer
Now that women are taking on top careers and higher and longer-term educations, beginning a family has begun to be pushed to later in life
The paper reveals the harmful effects of the Safe Harbor Act of 1987, and highlights other abuses occurring in the pharmaceutical industry as well as the negative impact that third-party payor intrusion and electronic health records are having on the practice of medicine.
In 2014, approximately 505,000 hip replacements and 723,000 knee replacements were performed in the U.S., representing a cost of more than $20 billion
Inspirational stories and volunteer awards highlight this year's event
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