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A recent study undertaken in the United States highlights the benefits of patients having annual eye exams to uncover chronic diseases.
Most of us think about South Florida as a world-class tourist destination filled with mega-yachts and celebrities. But how many realize we have two nuclear power plants?
Earlier this month, Medicare finalized the rules of a new program—mandated by the Affordable Care Act—that will pay hospitals based on the quality, not just the quantity, of care they provide.
Interview with Alan Wyatt, Senior Water and Sanitation Specialist at RTI International. In this interview, Mr.
Did you know that when you filled out your census form, you helped computer scientists model how diseases spread in the United States?
Seriously sick kids need a level of expertise that most hospitals don't have. At the vast majority of hospitals, all but a few inpatients are adults, and children, as medical school instructors drum into into student physicians, aren't small adults.
A policy conference called, Nanotechnology: the Huge Challenge of Regulating Tiny Technologies that was hosted at the National Press Club in Washington recently, discussed the problems related to regulating nanotechnologies and it was attended by rep
A study released Monday shows high levels of methane gas are more likely to be found in drinking water wells near natural gas harvesting sites.
In retaliation for Osama bin Laden's death, al Qaeda supporters may try to carry out attacks in the United States.
Georgia’s weight problem is making us lighter in the wallet.