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Researchers compared long-acting reversible contraceptive insertion rates in the 30 days before and after the 2016 presidential election.
Sports-related concussion is a complex, heterogeneous brain injury that typically resolves clinically in 1 to 4 weeks.
The rates of trial enrollment differed in academic and community settings, but the rates of trial unavailability, ineligibility, or nonenrollment did not differ.
The move follows a measles outbreak that has sickened at least 67 people in Washington and 3 neighboring states.
The 2018 to 2019 influenza season has been low in severity so far, and overall vaccine effectiveness is about 47%.
The investigators of this study sought to examine the impact of income inequality on heart failure outcomes among different countries.
A panel of experts and organizational representatives updated the 2014 CHEST guidelines for pulmonary arterial hypertension therapy.
The prevalence rates of burnout, low engagement, and turnover are all high among primary care clinicians and staff.
The use of plasma infusion therapies (often called "vampire" treatments) is on the rise across the United States.
A consultation with a medical specialist was found to reduce family complaints and threats of litigation after the death of a loved one.
It is the responsibility of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to identify and eliminate hazardous products from the market, including prohibiting specific additives.
In pediatric patients aged 2-17 years, the live attenuated vaccine was less effective against influenza A/H1N1pdm09 compared with the inactivated vaccine.
Perhaps it is that tension between undeniable differences and inevitable merging that has led to more recent calls for cross-disciplinary cooperation.
Researchers found that the prevalence of opioid prescriptions varied nearly 300% across the race/ethnicity-income gradient.
These products may prevent patients from seeking appropriate treatment.
After discontinuing the energy drink, valproic acid levels returned to normal.
The popular Keto diet, which focuses on strict carbohydrate limitations and high-fat intake, was ranked at #38.
In Part 2 of this article, Erin D. Michos, MD, shares her thoughts on why dietary supplements are largely unnecessary.
Although it is estimated that more than 166 million Americans use dietary supplements, many healthcare providers are unfamiliar with how these substances are regulated by the US Food and Drug Administration.
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- CDC: Severity of Influenza Season Low Through February 2, 2019