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Top stories from this week on health, health care and health policy.
Top researchers at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center have filed at least six corrections with medical journals recently, divulging financial relationships with health care companies that they did not previously disclose.
Babies born 10 miles apart can see a life expectancy difference of almost 33 years.
Why don’t doctors talk to patients about guns? Lack of time, being unsure what to say and believing patients won’t heed their advice.
Open enrollment for Medicare starts soon. That means we’re starting to see scammers try to trick consumers into buying illegal products.
A sixth child is reported to have paralyzing condition called acute flaccid paralysis. All cases have had sudden onset of paralysis in one or more limbs.
Administration officials claimed credit for the price drop, saying it was due to their actions to make changes to the law. Health policy experts are skeptical.
The Washington state Insurance Commissioner’s Statewide Health Insurance Benefits Advisors (SHIBA) program is ready to provide Medicare counseling help in your local community.
When the cash price for a prescription is less than what you would pay using your insurance plan, pharmacists will no longer have to keep that a secret.