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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 the patient who is transported. "Most ambulance...
USA Today reports that although some glitches still remain on Healthcare.gov, the number of visits has increased by 80% since just last Wednesday. According to the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, the number of visitors to Healthcare.gov hit 310,000 yesterday. A representative told USA...
NPR Shots' blog reports on a new 3-D mammogram that may help better detect early and more curable forms of breast cancer. The technique, called breast tomosynthesis, uses an X-ray machine which "swings in an arc to take about 60 1-millimeter-thick images," as compared to conventional mammograms which take...