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The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) “released its Report Card last week measuring conditions and policies under which emergency care is delivered–unfortunately, the news is not so good. The nation earned a D+,” according to Forbes. “Dr. Alex Rosenau, President of ACEP,...
An article published by Reuters reports on a recent study finding that the presence of nicotine in the saliva is a better predictor of whether children brought to the hospital for asthma and breathing problems “would need to come back to the hospital, compared to the information parents gave to...
Reuters reports that, on Tuesday, the FDA recommended for doctors to stop prescribing combination therapies containing more than 325 milligrams of acetaminophen. Officials cite the potential for liver damage as the reason behind this restriction. “It cited the fact that no available data showed that...