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Thirty years ago, on 4 June 1981, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a small case series of previously healthy homosexual men in Los Angeles who had contracted pneumocystis pneumonia.
Industry livelihood and modern conveniences versus uncompromised human and environmental health advocacy have framed what remains an open-ended debate over the safety of the widely used chemical bisphenol A.
An organization dedicated to the business of the elderly is maturing.
“Although there are attempts to engage consumers and patients in their healthcare, it won’t really work unless organizations actively use health technology to find solutions to truly provide the healthcare needed today” remarked Neal Neuberger, Execu
Bay Program credited with trying to address problems, especially in the setting of 2-year milestones
VENTURA, Fla. - Mattress shoppers aren't very good at picking the bed that will give them a great night of sleep. And that failure costs them in several ways.
A few years ago I found myself standing inside a Coast Guard Exchange in Elizabeth City, North Carolina, waiting for a friend to buy a bottle of rum.
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.