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The Calvinist theologian had taught predestination all his life. One day he fell down the stairs.
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You think best when the air temperature is at a level that makes you feel the most comfortable, new research suggests.
Temporary staffing costs at the region's busiest Accident and Emergency department more than quadrupled in the space of a year, it has emerged.
"We started this company about 5 A1 2 years ago under the premise that if we gave people the information a put it in their hands a they would make better health care decisions," said iTriage cofounder Wayne Guerra.
A doctor in the Florida Legislature hopes to relax Florida's strict limits on what nurse practitioners can and can't do.
Concierge medicine has a reputation of being limited to wealthy patients, but personal physician and former emergency room doctor Amy Beard says, "My fees are less than some people's cell phone bills."
New research shows U.S. emergency room doctors are still prescribing codeine to children in high numbers to treat injury pain, when less harmful and more effective substitutes exist.
New research shows that the brains of some football players who had the usual head hits associated with the sport, but no concussions, still had signs of mild brain injury six months after the season ended.
Most medical devices approved for use in children are not tested on pediatric patients before they are marketed, a new Harvard study finds.
Surveyed emergency room physicians and cardiologists indicate that they currently use Bayer/Janssen's Xarelto in 14 percent and 31 percent of their patients respectively, with over two-thirds of surveyed physicians increasing their use of Xarelto by 2015.
They're both physicians who became lawmakers. GOP Congressman Larry Bucshon is a heart surgeon.
Suspended animation sounds like something out of a science fiction movie. That's why the investigative team at UPMC Presbyterian describes the lifesaving technique they are ready to perform on humans for the first time ever as "Emergency Preservation and Resuscitation" or EPR.
The Ledge Light Health District will host a prescription drug abuse panel discussion at 7 a.m. April 29 in Baker Auditorium at Lawrence + Memorial Hospital.
From the Heart Institute, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA ; and Knight Cardiovascular Institute , Department of Pathology , and Department of Emergency Medicine , Oregon Health and Science University, Portland.