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A pesar de sus límites, el plan demócrata sobre el precio de los medicamentos podría ayudar a los consumidores
El plan de precios de medicamentos recetados de Medicare que los demócratas presentaron la primera semana de noviembre no esRead more
JAK Inhibitors Expand Biologic Options for Atopic Dermatitis
Just a few years after the successful launch of dupilumab (Dupixent), new biologics are expanding the treatment arsenal for seriousRead more
I've had long Covid for almost two years – so I’m sharing my DNA to help others
It’s been almost two years since I had Covid-19 and I’m still suffering with the aftermath daily. My energy levels are muchRead more
Factbox – Latest on the worldwide spread of the coronavirus
(Reuters) – Deaths and infections related to COVID-19 have declined across the Americas for the eighth consecutive week, the PanRead more
Why drinking a glass of wine every night 'ISN'T better for you'
Why drinking a glass of wine every night with your dinner (probably) ISN’T better for your health than abstaining completelyRead more
Q and A: Does CBD live up to its claims?
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: For years, I have been hearing about the advantages of taking CBD products for sleep, pain andRead more
How to support a person with dementia as lockdowns ease
Lockdowns lasting months in some states have seen tight restrictions on visitors to nursing homes. So as lockdowns ease, andRead more
A new study sounds like good news about screen time and kids’ health. So does it mean we can all stop worrying?
A newly published study in the journal PLoS ONE suggests spending time on screens is unlikely to be directly harmfulRead more
What are college counselors’ attitudes towards evidence-based practice for providing mental health services?
When they use an approach called evidence-based practice (EBP), clinicians and counselors rely on the best available research to provideRead more