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An advertorial piece on choosing an independent middle school.
Increases in Medicaid enrollment may be related to higher voter turnout in states that expanded Medicaid, according to Jake Haselswerdt, assistant professor at the University of Missouri.
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The FDA granted fast track designation for NKTR-181 (Nektar), a first-in-class opioid analgesic, designed to relieve pain while significantly lowering the risk for abuse compared with oxycodone.
A rundown on concussions, with expertise from Dr. Bennet Omalu, the first forensic pathologist to discover and publish findings related to chronic traumatic encephalopathy in American football players. His discovery of CTE is the subject of the film "Concussion," starring actor Will Smith.
From thunderstorms to ladybug allergies, here's the lowdown on what's got you coughing and sneezing this allergy season.
Here are some ways family members can come together to care for a loved one with Alzheimer's disease.
*APEX Award: Health & Medical Writing, June 2013* This article focused on the controversial regulatory issues and legislative action regarding pharmaceutical compounding.
Suicide attempts and non-suicidal self-injurious behaviors among suicidal women with borderline personality disorder were reduced by various dialectical behavior therapy interventions, according to data published in JAMA Psychiatry.
On February 16, 2012, a school bus crash claimed the life of one elementary school student in Chesterfield, NJ, and left others injured.
Raising an insect army: New research at the Phillip Alampi Beneficial Insect Rearing Laboratory can stem crop damage, save on pesticides
It's like something out of a science-fiction film -- an army of lab-raised insects with a single purpose: Find and destroy the enemy.