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We Treat Hearing Loss As An Inevitable Cost of War; It Shouldn't Be
We Treat Hearing Loss As An Inevitable Cost of War; It Shouldn't Be
Military veteran Stephen Carlson writes: I don't remember the moment the bomb went off, but I do know that when I landed, stunned, at the bottom of the gun turret of my vehicle, blood was leaking from my ears.
Study: E-Cigarettes Poison More Young Kids
Study: E-Cigarettes Poison More Young Kids
Electronic cigarettes have sickened rising numbers of young children, a study of U.S. poison center calls has found. Most cases involve swallowing liquid nicotine.
The Burden of Cancer Isn't Just Cancer
The Burden of Cancer Isn't Just Cancer
Money is low on the list of things most people want to think about after a doctor says the scary word "cancer." And it's not just patients — physicians also want to weigh the best treatment options to rout the cancer, unburdened by financial nitt...
Well-Educated Spouses May Keep Docs from Practicing Rurally
Well-Educated Spouses May Keep Docs from Practicing Rurally
Doctors are increasingly marrying other well-educated people with careers, and that may be exacerbating the shortage of doctors in already underserved rural areas of the U.S., suggests new research.