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Social Egg Freezing - No Longer an Experimental Insurance Policy
Social Egg Freezing - No Longer an Experimental Insurance Policy

Technological advances now allow us to cryopreserve oocytes effectively and efficiently

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Health Care Team Experience with Integration of Behavioral Health Services into a Patient-Centered Medical Home
Health Care Team Experience with Integration of Behavioral Health Services into a Patient-Centered Medical Home

Historically, this type of integration has received strong support from health care leaders but has been difficult to operationalize.

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As Government-Funded Cancer Research Sags, Scientists Fear U.S. Is 'Losing Its Edge'
As Government-Funded Cancer Research Sags, Scientists Fear U.S. Is 'Losing Its Edge'

The number of studies fully funded by the National Cancer Institute at the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology -- the world's largest gathering of cancer researchers -- has fallen 75 percent in the past decade.

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A New Zika Threat Hovers As Summer's Mosquitoes Get Bzzzzy
A New Zika Threat Hovers As Summer's Mosquitoes Get Bzzzzy

Leveraging prenatal care to push Zika testing has its own shortcomings

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Influx Of Elderly Patients Forces ER To Practice Comfort Care
Influx Of Elderly Patients Forces ER To Practice Comfort Care

As the nation's elderly population swells, more older Americans are visiting the emergency room, which can be an overcrowded, disorienting and even traumatic place.

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Do Best-Selling Drugs That Calm Stomachs Damage Kidneys? The Answer's Unclear.
Do Best-Selling Drugs That Calm Stomachs Damage Kidneys? The Answer's Unclear.
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New Diabetes Prevention Program at DOH-Seminole
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DOH-Orange Celebrates National Nurse Week
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Local Fertility Clinic Beats National Average, Breaks 60% Live Birth Rate with IVF, Nearly 80% with Donor Eggs
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Medicare Failed To Investigate Suspicious Infection Cases From 96 Hospitals
Medicare Failed To Investigate Suspicious Infection Cases From 96 Hospitals
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Louisiana Proposes Tapping A Federal Law To Slash Hepatitis C Drug Prices
Louisiana Proposes Tapping A Federal Law To Slash Hepatitis C Drug Prices

If successful, other states could reap the benefits

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Urgent Care Sites Cater To Cancer Patients, Letting Them Check Some Worries At Door
Urgent Care Sites Cater To Cancer Patients, Letting Them Check Some Worries At Door
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'Center Of Excellence' Designation Doesn't Rule Out Complications Of Bariatric Surgery
'Center Of Excellence' Designation Doesn't Rule Out Complications Of Bariatric Surgery

"To become accredited, there's no measure of outcomes, it's just a process list"

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For Doctors, A Clamp Down On Visas Could Have An Uneven Effect In The U.S.
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Halifax Health to Open Volusia-Flagler's First Freestanding Emergency Department in Deltona
Halifax Health to Open Volusia-Flagler's First Freestanding Emergency Department in Deltona
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Discussing Nutrition with Patients and What's Really in Food
Discussing Nutrition with Patients and What's Really in Food
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The Missing Link in Autism
The Missing Link in Autism

Test early to improve future prospects

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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Opens at Florida Hospital Celebration
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Opens at Florida Hospital Celebration

The 10-bed unit adds to a network of care that includes units in Orlando, Winter Park, Daytona Beach and Cape Canaveral.

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Cornerstone Hospice's Model to be Presented as Best Practice at Upcoming National Forum

Seven-day care model promotes client satisfaction while improving efficiencies.

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Many Doctors Say Opioids Are Not The Answer for Pain
Many Doctors Say Opioids Are Not The Answer for Pain
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 Patient Experience 101: The Future of Healthcare
Patient Experience 101: The Future of Healthcare
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AMA Applauds Trump Administration's Creation of Opioids Commission
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Florida Department of Health in Orange County Addresses County Health Ratings
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AMA Survey: America's Physicians Overwhelmingly Satisfied with Career Choice

Often inspired by personal experiences to enter medicine, physicians - regardless of professional challenges - remain motivated by desire to help people.

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New Vaccine Recommendation Cuts Number Of HPV Shots Children Need
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