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Smoking cigarettes is among the worst things a person can do for their health. Additionally, many people have been forced to seek immediate care following simple secondhand smoke exposure.
Excessive weight gain between two pregnancies may make a woman more prone to suffering from gestational diabetes during her second pregnancy, according to a new study from the Kaiser Permanente Division of Research.
The hospital consulting firm Press Ganey reported in 2009 that average hospital emergency room wait times in the U.S. topped out at over four hours. When a person has an injury or is suffering from a serious illness, this can be a major problem.
Smoking is one of the worst things a person can do for their health, but a new study has found that individuals may be able to kick the habit by doing something healthy. Researchers from Brown University found that regular exercise can limit a person's cravings and improve their mood while they are … more
The key to eating less and losing weight may be to eat a nutritious breakfast that is high in protein, according to a new study from a team of University of Missouri researchers.
Patient centered medical homes are expected to help make the healthcare system more efficient while improving outcomes for those seeking care. However, it may be difficult to get more doctors to accept the model of care unless financial incentives are aligned with the requirements of such a system.
Patient centered medical homes are expected to reduce healthcare spending by encouraging collaboration between physicians, insurers and patients. Because of these savings, states are increasingly looking to improve access to this model of care.
Medical tourism is a growing trend among individuals who desire access to top-of-the-line immediate care and other services, and few places have benefited from the trend as much as New York. With its top flight healthcare providers, many individuals from across the country and around the world are … more
A certain amount of weight gain during pregnancy is essential to ensuring the health of the unborn baby. However, a new study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition indicates that this should not serve as a license for pregnant women to eat whatever they want.
Rising healthcare costs are jeopardizing the future of popular programs like Medicare in many states, including Texas. However, one expert believes that changing physician payment models to encourage the use of team-based approaches like patient centered medical homes could lead to significant … more