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Medicaid has a bull’s-eye on its back, which means no one is entirely safe

Medicaid has a bull’s-eye on its back, which means no one is entirely safe

Study suggests frequent blood donation as feasible and safe option for donors

Study suggests frequent blood donation as feasible and safe option for donors

Study: 30 minutes of exercise 5 days a week linked to lower risk of death, cardiovascular disease

Study: 30 minutes of exercise 5 days a week linked to lower risk of death, cardiovascular disease

Improving porter efficiency in hospitals using electric tugs

Improving porter efficiency in hospitals using electric tugs

Donors could give blood more frequently than current intervals, study shows

Donors could give blood more frequently than current intervals, study shows

Employees exposed to sexual harassment may develop more severe depressive symptoms

Employees exposed to sexual harassment may develop more severe depressive symptoms

GOP health bill’s changes go far beyond preexisting conditions

GOP health bill’s changes go far beyond preexisting conditions

A tale of two states: California, Texas and the latest ACA repeal bid

A tale of two states: California, Texas and the latest ACA repeal bid

USDA announces $21 million to improve healthier eating options for SNAP participants

USDA announces $21 million to improve healthier eating options for SNAP participants

ElderSens introduces Fall Alert system with identification of accident location to improve elderly care

ElderSens introduces Fall Alert system with identification of accident location to improve elderly care

Public-private partnerships could make telemedicine sustainable in rural areas, UTA study shows

Public-private partnerships could make telemedicine sustainable in rural areas, UTA study shows

Antibiotics, biocidal cleaning products linked to multidrug resistance in MRSA

Antibiotics, biocidal cleaning products linked to multidrug resistance in MRSA

Study finds low screening rates for adolescents with PID in nation’s ED setting

Study finds low screening rates for adolescents with PID in nation’s ED setting

Researchers identify barriers to emergency contraception access in retail pharmacies

Researchers identify barriers to emergency contraception access in retail pharmacies

Trial explores measurable health benefits of community gardening

Trial explores measurable health benefits of community gardening

Scientists develop rapid, highly sensitive fingerprint test to detect cocaine users

Scientists develop rapid, highly sensitive fingerprint test to detect cocaine users

University of Portsmouth helping tackle air pollution in Sub-Saharan Africa

University of Portsmouth helping tackle air pollution in Sub-Saharan Africa

Physical activity boosted cognition in breast cancer survivors, study says

Physical activity boosted cognition in breast cancer survivors, study says

Florida Hospital implement the Babyleo TN500 IncuWarmer beds from Draeger

Florida Hospital implement the Babyleo TN500 IncuWarmer beds from Draeger

Narrow networks get even tighter when shopping for mental health specialists

Narrow networks get even tighter when shopping for mental health specialists