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2 hrs ago | Airdrie City View
At the core of the Christmas message in the Christian tradition is a story of relationship.
Should the federal government stop offering subsidized student loans?
Could you pass a US citizenship test?
7 hrs ago | WTOP-FM Washington
It's a growing side effect of modern medicine: A test for one condition turns up something completely unrelated.
13 hrs ago | CBS Local
Conflict-of-interest, policies now restrict interactions between drug sales representatives and doctors and it is a good idea because it helps make certain that doctors make patient care decisions in the best interest of the patient alone.
U.S. researchers suggest unless those needing help for mental illness have deep pockets, they may have a hard time finding a psychiatrist to accept insurance.
"Those children are sitting on the graves of their siblings," said a Ugandan colleague, in a tragic reminder of the impact of childhood diseases in rural Africa.
There's a large and growing body of evidence that psychological stress - the kind experienced by war orphans, caretakers of people with dementia, and men and women with post-traumatic stress disorder - can cause genetic damage.
Each year, more than 76,000 Americans are diagnosed with melanoma, and 9,000 die.
Stay tuned for The American Journal of Managed Care's conference coverage of the 25th Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics Conference in San Francisco, CA, October 27-November 1. Make sure to sign up for our daily e-mail blasts on our registration page , and check back here during the conference for the full TCT 25 coverage The first ... (more)
The University of California, San Francisco won a $9.45 million federal grant aimed at revolutionizing the treatment of prostate cancer.
From drug therapy to IVF, out-of pocket costs can range from $900 to $19,000 per treatment cycle, report researchers in The Journal of Urology Although the demand for infertility treatment is rising, the high cost may deter some couples from seeking care.
Two patients who researchers hoped had been cured of HIV have seen their infections return, dashing hopes that the virus had been eradicated from their bodies.
Sarah "Syde" Kretzer was a gifted pianist, raised in New York, who came to Mobile with her husband and children in the 1950s, where she broadened minds and touched young lives as an elementary school teacher and high school counselor.
Parkinson's disease may have halted Linda Ronstadt's singing career, but there is no doubt that her classics, including You're No Good , When Will I Be Loved and Heart Like a Wheel , will grace airwaves for years to come.
This report provides elemental information and data relating to the clinical trials on Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome.