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The Los Angeles Times reports on a study in Clinical Pediatrics that has found an alarming increase in high chair-related accidents since the early 2000′s. The study retrospectively analyzed data from the National Electronic Injury Surveillance...
Scientists report that they have achieved success in identifying a gene therapy for the rare genetic disorder, SCID-X1, which is a severe combined immunodeficiency disease, NPR’s Shots blog reports. Without the therapy, the disease is...
Three decades ago, ambulance rides were provided free-of-charge but The New York Times reports that the same does not hold true today. Although ambulances are often called by bystanders or by 911-dispatchers, the ambulance service is always charged to...