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A new book by two Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston looks at how over-use of algorithms creates “cookbook medicine”.
The costs of US health care are exponentially higher than in any other nation. These graphs illuminate just how much more Americans are paying for health care.
Energy drinks boost blood pressure and make the heart more susceptible to short circuits, says new study.
An excellent report on health care in Oregon, and how we can help make it a better system.