Walker Harrison is an undergraduate student at Columbia University and an editorial intern with Clinical Advisor.
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Widespread over-diagnosis of certain conditions with new criteria among top concerns.
A study showed that 19 states and territories in the United States saw decreases in obesity rates for young, low-income children.
A new rule proposes insurers wishing to qualify for health insurance exchanges should be required to include a minimum number of APRNs in their network.
Researchers collected ticks in Missouri and linked a certain species to the mysterious virus that affected two men in 2009.
An examination of three longitudinal studies showed that women with a history of kidney stones, but not men, were more likely to have CHD.
Although docs agree on need to reduce costs, most do not want to eliminate fee-for-service approach.
Lower breast cancer survival rates among black women more closely linked with patients’ condition at diagnosis than subsequent treatment.
A device that measures brain wave frequency has been cleared by the FDA for the use of ADHD diagnosis.
Mandated pulse oximetry screening is being implemented effectively and is finding otherwise undetected cases of critical congenital heart disease in New Jersey.
There are more than 250 e-cigarette brands, each of which uses different liquid nicotine formulations, additives and flavorings.
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