The Trump administration in the weeks ahead must decide whether to proceed with widely derided Medicare proposals for changing payments for medical office visits and for new drugs that are administered by physicians.
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The Affordable Care Act (ACA) may have prompted state Medicaid programs to expand addiction treatment benefits in alternative benefit plans, according to a study published in the August issue of Health Affairs
A scientific study, conducted with animal models, states that sleep apnea can favor lung cancer growth in young individuals. Thus, aging would be a protecting factor against the fast tumor development, induced by this sleep alteration The study was published in the journal Americal Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine,
It has been carried out by research teams led by the lecturers Ramon Farré, from the Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences and the Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology (IN2UB) of the University of Barcelona, and Josep María Montserrat, from the same Faculty and Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, also linked to the Respiratory Diseases Networking Biomedical Research Centre (CIBERES).
A reader reports reduced allergy symptoms while using the supplement. Plus: an odd remedy for nighttime leg cramps. They have written about NasalCrom for allergies and they ordered it with high hopes.
They have glaucoma and wanted to get off Nasacort, although it is working beautifully for my nose. I also take Xyzal or Zyrtec daily. Sad to say, despite using it two or three times a day for three months, NasalCrom did not seem to do anything for my allergies.
Researchers who examined autopsy reports for inmates who died while incarcerated in Florida's Miami Dade County found that two-thirds of those who needed surgery for a non-liver-related medical condition never got it, according to a report.
Public Policy has always been close to Paul Kelly's heart and gets him talking enthusiastically. On a recent visit to India, Kelly, who is pro-director for International Partnerships and East Asia and professor of Political Theory, London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), feels Indian students need to develop skills for policy application, in a sense, policy entrepreneurship and the character that goes with it – involving critical engagement, being an independent learner and the ability to use relevant knowledge.
Use of e-cigarettes every day can nearly double the odds of a heart attack, according to a new analysis of a survey of nearly 70,000 people. The research also found that dual use of e-cigarettes and conventional cigarettes — the most common use pattern among e-cigarette users — appears to be more dangerous than using either product alone.
Solar radiation represents a key abiotic factor in the evolution of life in the oceans. In general, marine, biota—particularly in euphotic and dysphotic zones—depends directly or indirectly on light, but ultraviolet radiation (UV-R) can damage vital molecular machinery.
According to the WHO, at least 20% of pesticide suicides could be prevented through restricting access to poisons. Restrictions on highly hazardous pesticides will prevent suicides and save thousands of Nepali lives
Space is not a kind place. While many of us had the dream of being an astronaut, perhaps not all of us would survive the physical conditions that space offers. Space has no gravity, no source of light and extreme temperatures. So how do the astronauts who make it to space actually survive?
Babies born very prematurely are more likely to harbor Ureaplasma bacteria, according to new research to be presented on Sunday at the European Respiratory Society International Congress
According to a study, researchers examine that African-American patients are more likely to have prurigo nodularis (PN), which is associated with systemic, cardiovascular, and psychiatric comorbidities. The study recently published in the Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology.