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With More Doctorates in Health Care, a Fight Over a Title
As nurses, pharmacists and others seek degrees beyond B.S.’s and M.S.’s, physicians fear encroachment on their turf.
Scientist Examines Possible Link Between Antibiotics and Obesity
A researcher asserts that antibiotics are permanently altering microbial flora of the human body, with unforeseen consequences.
Europe Bans X-Ray Body Scanners Used at U.S. Airports: Scientific American
A small number of cancer cases would result from scanning hundreds of millions of passengers a year. For some, that's a health issue
What's in a Cafe Latte, Americano, or Cafe Mocha? | Single Serve Coffee
What's in a Cafe Latte, Americano, or Cafe Mocha?
U.S. Government Glossed Over Cancer Concerns As It Rolled Out Airport X-...
A 1998 safety panel was reassured X-ray body scanners wouldn't see widespread use. Today, despite having a safer alternative that the U.S. g
Craig Ventresco and Meredith Axelrod - Cold Mornin' Shout - Porto Franco...
This Craig and Meredith episode of PFF was one of the very first we recorded when we decided to start this series in May, and I'm happy to f
Do Not Resuscitate Orders: Time for Another Change
Any efforts by the medical profession to curb patient autonomy deserve strict scrutiny lest we return to the unfortunate era of paternalism.
Why Rick Santorum would have killed my daughter - Sarah Fister Gale - O...
Next month, my daughter Ella will turn 11-years-old. She's a beautiful girl, with blond hair and green eyes. She's an amazing artist
Physicists' 'light from darkness' breakthrough named a top 2011 discover...
The physicists directly observed, for the first time, light particles that flicker in and out of existence in the vacuum of space. They witn