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Why Did CDC Sound the Alarm Over Eye Drops?

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Opinion | Hospitals at a Breaking Point: Lack of Staff and Resources ...

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...Or people just aren't as well as before in general .. But the needs they bring to us are enormous. And I feel for them.... ...These folks checked into triage but left because the waits were too long.Some of those who leave without seeing a physician are actually very ill...

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U.S. Exercise Levels; Lifestyle and Memory Decline; Cooling Kidney ...

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...In it, Elizabeth Tracey, director of electronic media for Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, and Rick Lange, MD, president of the Texas Tech University... ...Health Sciences Center in El Paso, look at the top medical stories of the week.This week's topics include physical activity and diabetes risk, overall... ...I'm Elizabeth Tracey, a Baltimore-based medical journalist.Rick: And I'm Rick Lange, president of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in... ...Sciences Center in El Paso....

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Opinion | Ethics Consult: Keep Patient Alive Due to Spiritual Beliefs ...

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...Appel, MD, JD, weighs in:From the 1970s to the 1990s, most end-of-life conflicts between families and hospitals involved cases where the family wanted... ...Yes: 27%And now, bioethicist Jacob M.... ...(A court ultimately ruled for her family, but she died anyway 2 days later.)In 2005, ethicist Lachlan Forrow, MD, of Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess... ...Car crash victim Terry Wallis woke up in 2003 after nearly two decades. Canadian woman Annie Shapiro fell into a coma on the day John F....

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California's Medical Misinformation Law Facing Legal Challenges

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...Late last month, a federal judge in California granted a preliminary injunction in a pair of related lawsuits filed in opposition to the state's... ...bill number (AB 2098), could be just the beginning of the legal brawl.The law -- said to be the first of its kind in the U.S.... ...Gavin Newsom (D) signing the bill into law last fall, the Federation of State Medical Boards had approved its own misinformation and disinformation... ...Board of California and the Osteopathic Medical Board of California....

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Opinion | Here's How to End the U.S. Health Disadvantage

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...Two recently released reports on the status of U.S. health spending and healthcare quality and equity describe an all-too-familiar picture: healthcare... ...The National Healthcare Quality and Disparities Report showed that the U.S. experienced a much larger drop in life expectancy between 2018 and 2020... ...Per capita, the U.S. spends roughly 100 times more on hospital care than on public health ($3,639 vs $326 per year).... ...This drop is so pronounced and concerning that it has a name: This disadvantage persisted despite the fact that the U.S. spent a staggering 18.3%...

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How Patent Thickets Keep Cheaper Drugs Off the Market


...Sean Tu, PhD, JD, professor of law at West Virginia University in Morgantown, discusses the methods that pharmaceutical companies use to monopolize... ...Tu's recent New England Journal of Medicine article notes that method of use patents in particular are being used to circumvent generic and biosimilar... ...So even a day's worth of delay really causes problems.The article that we recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine has shown that... ...They don't allow this kind of gamesmanship in Europe. There are much fewer patents on Humira in Europe. And guess what?...

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Hormone Infusion Shows Promise for Low Sexual Desire

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Group A Strep's Most Sinister Sequelae

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...suggested post-streptococcal glomerulonephritis, a kidney disease that can develop following GAS pharyngitis or pyoderma -- that Dennis Stevens... ...finally saw a doctor.... ...Army, and, eventually, as a professor of medicine at the University of Washington and chief of infectious diseases at the V.A.... ...Nonetheless, major epidemics of scarlet fever -- a classic illness, which nearly always follows strep throat -- began in Hong Kong and China as early...

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Heart Failure Risk Lingers Long After Chemotherapy, Regardless of Dose

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...process to facilitate better use of surveillance and treatment strategies, commented Michael Fradley, MD, medical director of the Cardio-Oncology Program... ...develop surveillance models and susceptibility indexes, the team added.A preliminary version of the project had been presented at the American College...

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