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A new study finds striking differences in the prescribing habits — and effect — of hospital emergency room physicians.
Overall progress against HIV continues, but some groups are being left behind.
Researchers found 457 gunshot-wound victims with elevated levels of lead in their blood when they looked at reports from 41 states between 2003 and 2012.
Outside the workplace, more than half of adults younger than 70 have suffered hearing damage from everyday environmental noise.
Leaders of medical organizations say Trump’s travel ban is a danger to American patients and health-care workers.
The colorless, caustic liquid can create a gas bubble that blocks blood vessels in the heart, brain, lungs or other parts of the body.
Particles in a sucrose solution at NIH were found to be mold. No one was harmed.
Doctors want databases that show where their patients are buying drugs to be easier to use.
The longtime director has said he wants to stay on during the Trump administration.
They called the agency’s responses to a Washington Post series “insufficient.”