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2023-06-10 11:00Hospice Is a Profitable Business, but Nonprofits Mostly Do a Better Job
Nearly three-quarters of hospice organizations are now for-profit. Complaints of fraud and profiteering are growing.
New York Times - Health
2023-06-10 00:14Harald zur Hausen, 87, Nobelist Who Found Cause of Cervical Cancer, Dies
When he proposed that the human papillomavirus caused cervical cancer, he was ridiculed. He persevered, and today a vaccine exists.
New York Times - Health
2023-06-09 23:29Allina Health Pauses Policy of Cutting Off Care for Patients in Debt
Allina Health, a large health system in the Midwest, had withheld care for patients who had $4,500 in medical bills.
New York Times - Health
2023-06-09 22:41Britain Limits Use of Puberty-Blocking Drugs to Research Only
The change is part of a broader push in several countries to limit gender-related medical treatments for young people.
New York Times - Health
2023-06-09 22:30Promising Treatments for Pelvic Cancers
Which treatments for cervical and ovarian cancers are becoming the standard of care?
2023-06-09 20:38Does Noise Affect Your Life? We Want to Know.
Noise is a vast — and largely unrecognized — threat to your health. The Times is collecting personal stories and noise measurements from readers like you.
New York Times - Health
2023-06-09 20:20Are You Exposed to Too Much Noise? Here’s How to Check.
Noise can damage your heart as well as your hearing, but there are ways to measure your exposure and reduce your risk.
New York Times - Health
2023-06-09 19:18Easing the Patient Burden
Forty thousand medical professionals came together at the world's leading oncology conference to help improve the patient experience, treatments, and more.
2023-06-09 18:49Type 3c Diabetes
Source: Cleveland Clinic FoundationRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Diabetes
2023-06-09 18:35What Adults Need to Know About the New RSV Vaccines
Here's what adults need to know about the recently approved RSV vaccines Arexvy and Abrysvo.
2023-06-09 11:43Aktion gegen "Sparwahn": Proteste in ganz Deutschland: Nächsten Mittwoch bleibt die Apotheke um die Ecke zu
Die Apotheke in Ihrer Nachbarschaft dürfte am kommenden Mittwoch geschlossen bleiben. Mit einem bundesweiten Protest macht die Branche in ganz Deutschland ihrer Wut Luft.
2023-06-09 11:20Lancet study: More than 100 million people in India diabetic
Researchers found more Indians were living with diabetes than previously estimated.
BBC News Health
2023-06-09 11:00NASA’s Apollo 11 Moon Quarantine Was Mostly for Show, Study Says
A review of archives suggests that efforts to protect Earth from contamination by any organism brought back from the lunar surface were mostly for show.
New York Times - Health
2023-06-09 09:00Energy Drinks Are Surging. So Are Their Caffeine Levels.
More companies are pushing low-calorie, sugar-free beverages they say are healthy. Some servings have nearly the same level of caffeine as a six-pack of Coca-Cola.
New York Times - Health
2023-06-09 07:53Stichheiler und Co.: So einfach können Sie Insektenstiche bei Kindern behandeln
Im Frühling und Sommer spielen Kinder am liebsten draußen und so erhöht sich das Risiko eines schmerzhaften Insektenstichs erheblich. Diese drei Tipps verschaffen Ihren Kindern nach einem Insektenstich schnell Linderung.
2023-06-08 23:44Wildfire Smoke and Air Quality: How Long Could Health Effects Last?
While millions of Americans in the Midwest and on the Eastern Seaboard got some relief from the wildfire smoke from Canada, with more relief expected over the weekend, health experts warned that for for at-risk people, some hazardous health...
2023-06-08 22:11FDA Panel Recommends RSV Shot to Protect Infants
Advisers to the agency overwhelmingly agreed that a new treatment would help to prevent a potentially lethal respiratory illness in very young children.
New York Times - Health
2023-06-08 21:28Experts Warn of Heart Dangers From Smoke of Canadian Wildfires
The American Heart Association issued an alert saying exposure to wildfire smoke can also cause or worsen heart problems.
2023-06-08 21:20Cancer Centers Say Drug Shortages Are Impacting Patient Care
A new survey of cancer centers finds chemotherapy shortages are affecting most, prompting last-minute changes in treatment for numerous types of cancers.
2023-06-08 21:13Recalled Newborn Loungers Tied to 2 More Infant Deaths
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) urges parents and caregivers to stop using recalled Boppy Newborn Loungers, which are now linked to 10 deaths.

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