This innovative technology has the potential to improve healthcare in a huge way for thousands of patients, but it is only accessible for the wealthy in some states.
The misunderstanding that rural hospitals are more costly, inefficient, and have lower quality and satisfaction is empirically challenged.
This entry was posted in Public Health on Sep 1, 2016 11:55 AM
As a mother of two with over four years of practice as an emergency medicine physician, Sabry is uniquely qualified to share her perspectives about this issue.
Oxitec, the British biotech firm, is confident that their genetically modified “OX513A” mosquito will significantly cut the population of Zika-carrying mosquitos in this geographic region.
Mylan’s CEO Heather Bresch, who saw her compensation increase by nearly 700% from 2007 to 2015, could draw "greater regulatory scrutiny and headline risk" as a result of such price increases.
This entry was posted in Public Health on Aug 25, 2016 11:27 AM
Although humans are also often exposed to the chemicals through food, consumer goods, and air, the soluble quality of PFASs makes water an exceptionally high source of exposure.
This entry was posted in Public Health on Aug 17, 2016 10:53 AM
According to a recent study, the infamous tainted tap water of Flint has not only caused lead poisoning local children, but is also tied to a 17-month long Legionnaire’s disease outbreak.
Like all foreigners making a new life in a new land, Somalis have struggled with some drastic societal differences, specifically in the areas of health and wellness.
One of the first and most important to know is that just about everything is a secret when it comes to the United States strategic stockpiles, as a matter of national security.
This entry was posted in Public Health on Aug 1, 2016 9:52 AM
In 2009, it was estimated that three to five percent of Washington D.C.’s population was living with HIV, a number comparable to to that of many African nations.