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Minority kids are less likely to get X-rays, MRIs and CT scans during emergency hospital visits.
Many patients are avoiding hospitals and clinics because of COVID-19.
Researchers found that half of the cases diagnosed through this approach were among people born after 1965.
The greatest increase in such visits was among girls ages 15 to 17, mostly related to substance use and self-harm.
A high-sensitivity blood test will allow patients feeling chest pains to learn almost immediately whether they’re having a heart attack.
Recent studies show that there are safer meds to treat acute agitation in patients, but many doctors continue to dispense haloperidol.
This health disparity news hurts.
It seems hospitals are big business these days, and many have been rapidly consolidating.
Experts argue that safety-net providers like these could be an important part of stemming the spread of HCV.
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Lab-made pot products boast catchy, harmless-sounding names, but physicians are warning parents and teens that the drugs are causing a growing...
Compared with their white counterparts, African-American children and teens were less likely to receive emergency room drug treatment for abdo...
Jamar Rogers, the 30-year-old HIV-positive contestant on NBC’s singing competition The Voice, has quickly become a fan favorite. Although he c...
In the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting, many folks have noted the alarming rates of gun violence deaths for black children. But compared w...
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