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192 Boxes Of Documents Destroyed Ahead Of Sutter Health LawsuitAttorneys suing the company claim it manipulated prices, forcing Northern California patients to pay more for health services.
Nurses Laughed As Man DiedThe video shows the World War II veteran repeatedly calling for help, saying he can't breathe. It also shows the nurses failing to take life-saving measures and laughing as they try to start an oxygen machine.
Nearly Half Of Americans Now Have High Blood Pressure, Based On New GuidelinesHigh blood pressure should be treated at 130/80 rather than 140/90, according to the new parameters set forth by the American Heart Association.
Toddler Has Fatal Allergic Reaction After Being Given Grilled Cheese Sandwich At SchoolAuthorities in New York have closed a preschool in Harlem after a 3-year-old boy died from what family members say was an allergic reaction.
Thieves Swipe Breast Milk From Woman's Front PorchIn just a few months, she had enough to feed dozens of premature babies in the NIC-U who desperately need it to develop their immune systems.
Flu Season Is Here, And Experts Are Already ConcernedLast year's seasonal flu vaccine effectiveness was just 42%, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated. Even if vaccinated, people had inadequate protection against the flu.
40 Percent Of Doctors, Nurses Go To Work With The Flu, Survey FindsAccording to a survey of nearly 2,000 healthcare professionals, over 40 percent who say they've worked while sick actually had the flu as they met patients.
Most Obamacare Enrollees Could Pay Less For Policies Next YearWhile it's true that premiums for the popular silver Obamacare plan could shoot higher for 2018, most enrollees could actually end up paying less for coverage next year.
Study Links Acetaminophen In Pregnancy To ADHD, But Experts Question ResultsLong-term use of acetaminophen during pregnancy was associated with twice the risk of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder in children, according to a study published Monday in the journal Pediatrics.
Trump Declares Opioid Emergency, But No New Money Pledged For FightIt allows the government to redirect resources in various ways, but it won't bring new dollars to fight a scourge that kills nearly 100 people a day.
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