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Following the Boston Marathon bombings, medical professionals in the city not only treated victims, but they also collected evidence for the crime invesitgation.
In order to stay healthy before, during and after a trip, travelers should follow a few basic tips.
A new study shows that patient-centered decision making may have health benefits for patients.
Medical professionals use online social media to assist their patients. A new guideline by the American College of Physicians explains how to use these online platforms professionally.
There are several ways to build up resistance against harmful bacteria.
Through spreading awareness and following sun safety tips, individuals may be able to lessen their risk of developing skin cancer.
Patient-centered medical homes cut down on unneccesary ER visits and provide patients with quality care.
Asbestos can be a risk in some workplaces. In combination with cigarette smoking, asbestos exposure and the resulting lung condition increases the chances of an individual getting lung cancer.
The emergency room staff in Boston medical facilities worked in teams to help those injured following the explosions at this past Boston Marathon.