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The Huffington Post reports on a study in The Lancet that showed electronic cigarettes may be just as effective as nicotine patches in helping people to quit smoking. The study recruited 657 subjects who reported wanting to quit smoking and assigned...
CBS News reports that a meta-analysis study published in JAMA Internal Medicine has found that about $9.8 billion are spent each year on health care-associated infections (HAI), or infections contracted while in the hospital. The most common HAIs were...
Bloomberg News reports that a study in JAMA has found that Chinese rates of obesity are now amongst the highest in the world. The study investigated the prevalence of diabetes and glycemic control in 98,658 Chinese adults. They found that the prevalence...