ABC examined results of a survey of presidential candidates' positions on health care-related issues.
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Hospitals are taking steps to prevent the most common risk to patients after discharge: landing back in the hospital due to complications that could have been prevented with better follow-up care.
When it comes to evaluating the quality of surgical care, a Thomson Healthcare analytical method is as effective as a methodology that uses data taken directly from medical records
Cardiometabolic Health Congress participants indicated that they didn't follow any particular set of guidelines and that better guidelines are needed.
Magazines like Time, Newsweek, and U.S. World and News are all buzzing about the latest health trend, probiotics.
Scientists have found that when monkeys choose between different options, the value neurons assign to each option does not depend on the menu of choices.
Scientists developed a new approach to determine the location of unrepaired breaks in DNA.
New York Times in an article about Medicare home oxygen therapy, misses the most salient points in the debate over the treatment.
AP/Miami Herald examined how it is not always easy figuring out exactly what US voters want when it comes to health care.
Hospital emergency department patient admissions increased by 7% between 1993 and 2003.
Reuters/Boston Globe examined how hordes of idealistic young people are pouring into health policy classes in economics, political science, history and public health departments.
PhRMA delivered a new report on medicines in the research pipeline for major diseases affecting African Americans to Mississippi Governor Haley Barbour today.
The overall mortality rate for Massachusetts hospitals in 2005 was 7% higher than the national average.
Seven Republican presidential candidates discussed health care during a Spanish-language debate.
New research suggests that about 215,000 fewer Americans would die each year if they had the same death rates as college graduates.
If hospitals added one more full-time registered nurse on staff to care for patients, the number of hospital-related deaths in the United States could decrease significantly.
Patient and physician views on UC's impact had not been compared and the 'real-life' impact of UC had not been explored to this extent
US has a trust responsibility for the health of American Indians, and it's long past time we own up to that responsibility.
EMD Serono announced availability of easypod, the first of its kind automated device in the growth hormone therapeutic area.
Hualapai Mountain Medical Center has received the required zoning approvals from the Kingman City Council.
Black residents of Connecticut are less healthy, have less access to adequate health care and pay more for hospitalizations than their white counterparts.
A review showed a 34% increase in emergency department visits by people ages 65 to 74, a higher number than any other age group.
FDA provides final recommendations on Vail enclosed bed systems for users as well as access to the revised user manuals that are no longer available from the company.
On June 24, 2005, we updated a Preliminary Public Health Notification warning users of Vail Enclosed Bed Systems that they pose a health risk because patients can become entrapped in them and suffocate. This is an update of that notification, providing final recommendations for users as well as access to the revised user manuals that are no longer available from the company.
Product status and user manuals
An array of toolkits designed to help doctors, nurses, hospital managers, patients and others reduce medical errors was released today by HHS.
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