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An estimated 300 to 400 doctors kill themselves each year, and the suicide rate is more than double that of the general population.
For most, following a low carb diet, rather than a no carb diet, is much more practical – as it will also allow for the inclusion of fruit and all vegetables.
The storm lashed the Puerto Rico last September, displacing tens of thousands of residents, destroying the electric grid and knocking out communications.
As Purdue Pharma faced mounting criticism over deaths linked to OxyContin, rival drugmakers saw a chance to boost sales of similarly dangerous painkillers
Many Americans over 50 favor limits on painkiller prescribing, and those who receive prescriptions need more counseling about risks and safe disposal options.
Plans could raise premiums for those who remain in the Affordable Care Act marketplace — and the skimpier short-term coverage is far more limited.
USDA issues public health alert for beef, pork and poultry salad and wrap products due to concerns about contamination with the parasite Cyclospora.
U=U: People living with HIV, who have undetectable levels of HIV in their blood, have effectively no risk of transmitting HIV to their partners.
Research suggests that veganism can have health benefits — if well planned.
Up to half of college students report that they were either not getting enough to eat or were worried about it.
While many of the nation’s hospices earn high satisfaction rates, hundreds fell short of their obligations, abandoning families at the brink of death.
Total ankle replacement is similar to hip and knee replacements – patients receive a new ankle joint made of precisely engineered metal and plastic parts.
Critics argue that work requirements would cause many with chronic health conditions to lose health insurance, making them less likely to ever hold down a job.
Conservative nonprofits are funneling “dark money” — difficult-to-trace funds behind TV ads, phone calls, and other efforts used to influence politics.