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When Drug Companies Raise Prices, Patients' Out-of-Pocket Costs Rise - 2021-05-06
"When prescription drug "list" prices go up, patients often take a hit in the wallet, a new study shows." More

Most Top U.S. Surgeons Are White and That's Not Changing - 2021-05-05
"White people continue to dominate top surgery positions at U.S. universities, while the number of Black and Hispanic surgeons remains flat, a new study finds." More

ADHD Meds Can Help Preschoolers, But Effects Vary - 2021-05-05
"Parents of preschoolers with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) may be advised to give their child medication to help them concentrate, sit still and/or control impulsive behaviors." More

Americans Missed Almost 10 Million Cancer Screenings During Pandemic - 2021-05-05
"Nearly 10 million cancer screenings have been missed in the United States during the coronavirus pandemic, researchers report." More

U.S. Birth Rates Continue to Fall - 2021-05-05
"The baby "boom" that some expected during last year's pandemic lockdowns has turned into a baby "bust."" More

Biden Sets New Goal of Vaccinating 70% of Americans by July 4 - 2021-05-05
"As coronavirus vaccination rates start to slow in the United States, President Joe Biden on Tuesday set a new goal to deliver at least one shot to 70% of adult Americans by July 4 while he tries to convince the hesitant to get inoculated." More

1 in 3 Neighborhoods in Major U.S. Cities Is a 'Pharmacy Desert' - 2021-05-04
"One-third of neighborhoods in the 30 largest U.S. cities are "pharmacy deserts," and this is much more common in Black and Hispanic communities, a new study finds." More

You Got Your COVID Shot: What to Do With That Vaccine Card - 2021-05-04
"An electronic record of your vaccination should be filed with your state by whoever gave you the jab, but holding on to your own paper record will likely prove useful." More

Pandemic Has Greatly Diminished Services for Kids, Adults With Autism - 2021-05-03
"When the coronavirus pandemic hit, a number of services that people count on were put on hold -- unfortunately, this included therapeutic and educational services for those with autism, according to a new study." More

Opioids After Dental Work May Be Dangerous - 2021-05-03
"Getting a prescription for an opioid painkiller from your dentist could put you or your family at risk for an overdose, a new study warns." More

Finding a Doctor Is Tough and Getting Tougher in Rural America - 2021-05-03
"Health care in rural America has become ever more scarce during the coronavirus pandemic, with folks finding it increasingly difficult to find a doctor or get to a hospital." More

Urgent Care or the ER? Which Should You Choose? - 2021-05-02
"Say you twist your ankle playing catch with your kids. Or maybe your daughter has a rash that's spreading. Do you visit urgent care or the hospital emergency department?" More

FDA Poised to Ban Menthol Cigarettes - 2021-04-29
"The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Thursday proposed a ban on menthol cigarettes, a move that the agency has tried before and one that public health experts and civil rights groups have pushed for years." More

Poll Reveals Who's Most Vaccine-Hesitant in America and Why - 2021-04-29
"For adults under age 65 who are hesitant, reluctance is mainly driven by concerns about safety, side effects and distrust in government, the poll found. " More

Who Is Using Herbal Kratom? - 2021-04-29
"Herbal kratom is used by less than 1% of the U.S. population, but the rate is much higher among those who misuse opioid painkillers, a new study finds." More

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