• Wednesday 27th of May 2015
Learning the Hard Way: My Journey from #AntiVaxx to Science Learning the Hard Way: My Journey from #AntiVaxx to Science
Learning the Hard Way: My Journey from #AntiVaxx to Science
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I’m writing this from quarantine, the irony of which isn’t lost on me. Emotionally I’m a bit raw. Mentally a bit taxed. Physically I’m fine. All seven of my unvaccinated children have whooping cough, and the kicker is that they may have given it   . . .

Learning the Hard Way: My Journey from #AntiVaxx to Science
Why doctors need to care about price transparency Why doctors need to care about price transparency
Why doctors need to care about price transparency
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As healthcare costs become a bigger and bigger chuck of our Gross Domestic Product (GDP), price transparency is a subject that insurance companies and patients are talking about. The idea of knowing how much something costs, be it canned black bea  . . .

Why doctors need to care about price transparency
Blood Thinners Overprescribed for Low-Risk Irregular Heartbeat Blood Thinners Overprescribed for Low-Risk Irregular Heartbeat
Blood Thinners Overprescribed for Low-Risk Irregular Heartbeat
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As many as one-quarter of people with atrial fibrillation who have a low risk of stroke are given blood-thinning drugs they likely don’t need, a new study contends .

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Blood Thinners Overprescribed for Low-Risk Irregular Heartbeat
New Protein Treatment May Restore Blood Sugar New Protein Treatment May Restore Blood Sugar
New Protein Treatment May Restore Blood Sugar
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Getting blood sugar back to normal may sometimes feel like a stick in the spokes of diabetes care. But a new, preliminary study unveiled a possible new way for people who suffer from Type 2 diabetes to do it.

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New Protein Treatment May Restore Blood Sugar
Should there be zero tolerance for depression in the cockpit? Should there be zero tolerance for depression in the cockpit?
Should there be zero tolerance for depression in the cockpit?
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The recent Germanwings tragedy has called commercial aviation’s concept of fitness for flight into question. Although the official mishap investigation has not yet concluded, available information at the time of this writing points to an intention  . . .

Should there be zero tolerance for depression in the cockpit?
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