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Reuters reports that a new study demonstrates how many drugs commonly stored in ambulances may lose their potency "in a few weeks or months." Although most emergency physicians and technicians know that their drugs degrade faster than properly stored and climate controlled medicine in hospital facilities,...
An article in The Boston Globe details how a team of doctors from Boston Medical Center and Massachusetts General Hospital hopes to join a national trial investigating whether administering progesterone to patients soon "after a traumatic brain injury could prevent further neurologic damage." The study...
So far, 14 states are declining to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act. An article in Bloomberg News reports that a new study found that by doing so, these states will lose at least $8.4 billion in federal funding in 2016 alone. The research from Rand Corp. also found that "About 3.6 million people...