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Despite company advertisements, there seems to be no difference between sports helmet brands in their ability to prevent concussions, the Los Angeles Times reports. The findings were based on a study presented at a national meeting of the American Academy of Pediatrics that followed 1,332 high school...
The New York Times' Well blog reports on a study published in Pediatrics that analyzed the death rates of children due to influenza. The study looked at 830 influenza-related childhood deaths reported between 2004 and 2012. Both children with high-risk medical conditions, such as neurological, pulmonary and...
Bloomberg News reports that while the the number of medical students who enrolled this year increased by 2.8%, there are still not enough residency positions, making it difficult to solve the  growing physician shortage. Furthermore, the mandatory funding cuts to the U.S. Medicare program, which funds more...