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NIH grant supports WVU-led team to increase COVID-19 testing among underserved populations

NIH grant supports WVU-led team to increase COVID-19 testing among underserved populations

Can a subscription model fix primary care in the US?

Can a subscription model fix primary care in the US?

New imaging technique helps reveal the best antibodies for COVID-19 detection

New imaging technique helps reveal the best antibodies for COVID-19 detection

In poisoned Montana town, Warren Buffett-owned railroad accuses clinic of Medicare fraud

In poisoned Montana town, Warren Buffett-owned railroad accuses clinic of Medicare fraud

Sexually active individuals under age 30 should be tested for chlamydia and gonorrhea

Sexually active individuals under age 30 should be tested for chlamydia and gonorrhea

Study shows persistence of marijuana THC in breast milk for six weeks

Study shows persistence of marijuana THC in breast milk for six weeks

Programmed magnetic nanobeads rapidly diagnose COVID-19

Programmed magnetic nanobeads rapidly diagnose COVID-19

Spurred by pandemic, Little Shell Tribe fast-tracks its health service debut

Spurred by pandemic, Little Shell Tribe fast-tracks its health service debut

California’s smallest county makes big vaccination gains

California’s smallest county makes big vaccination gains

As demand for mental health care spikes, budget ax set to strike

As demand for mental health care spikes, budget ax set to strike

Combined physical activity and dietary intervention attenuates the rise in insulin resistance in children

Combined physical activity and dietary intervention attenuates the rise in insulin resistance in children

U.S. essential hospitals urge public to practice simple yet effective safety measures

U.S. essential hospitals urge public to practice simple yet effective safety measures

COVID takes challenge of tracking infectious college students to new level

COVID takes challenge of tracking infectious college students to new level

Mailing colorectal cancer screening kits could be a cost-effective way to boost screening rates

Mailing colorectal cancer screening kits could be a cost-effective way to boost screening rates

Study reports a change in why men seek help for sexual problems

Study reports a change in why men seek help for sexual problems

Columbia behavioral scientist uses data science to confront healthcare inequality

Columbia behavioral scientist uses data science to confront healthcare inequality

Innovative health care service delivery model addresses challenges faced by Latino farmworkers

Innovative health care service delivery model addresses challenges faced by Latino farmworkers

Nearly half of Americans have limited awareness about burn injuries and treatment

Nearly half of Americans have limited awareness about burn injuries and treatment

Health workers resort to Etsy, learning Chinese, shady deals to find safety gear

Health workers resort to Etsy, learning Chinese, shady deals to find safety gear

Child burn survivors are more troubled by psychological scars than physical wounds

Child burn survivors are more troubled by psychological scars than physical wounds