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Researchers Debate 'Male Athlete Triad' SyndromeResearchers Debate 'Male Athlete Triad' Syndrome

Thu, 16 Nov 2017 10:56:26 EST

Why is there a lack of studies examining eating behavior, bone density, and hormonal changes in male athletes? Experts weight in on the male athlete triad.
Medscape Orthopedics



Is It Ethical to Edit an Embryo's Genes?Is It Ethical to Edit an Embryo's Genes?

Wed, 15 Nov 2017 15:16:58 EST

Embryo gene editing: Are we playing God by speeding up evolution?
Medscape Public Health



Gun Sense or Non-sense?Gun Sense or Non-sense?

Wed, 15 Nov 2017 09:59:48 EST

These days, the only limiting parameter to gun ownership seems to be how many people you wish to kill in a brief time, says Dr Lundberg.
Medscape Internal Medicine



Proposal Giving Pentagon Power to Approve Drugs May Be ReversedProposal Giving Pentagon Power to Approve Drugs May Be Reversed

Wed, 15 Nov 2017 06:02:31 EST

Critics said the proposal could expose troops to further risks than just combat.
Medscape Medical News



Vaccine Shortage Complicates Efforts to Quell Hepatitis A OutbreaksVaccine Shortage Complicates Efforts to Quell Hepatitis A Outbreaks

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 14:33:19 EST

San Diego County, battling a deadly outbreak of hepatitis A, is postponing an outreach campaign to provide the second of two inoculations against the contagious liver disease until a national shortage of the vaccine is resolved.
Kaiser Health News



Reuters Finds 3,810 U.S. Areas With Lead Poisoning Double Flint’sReuters Finds 3,810 U.S. Areas With Lead Poisoning Double Flint’s

Wed, 15 Nov 2017 13:47:23 EST

Since last year, Reuters has obtained neighborhood-level blood lead testing results for 34 states and the District of Columbia. This data allows the public its first hyper-local look at communities where children tested positive for lead exposure in recent years.
Reuters Health Information



Nursing Home Residents: No Right to Sue for Unsafe CareNursing Home Residents: No Right to Sue for Unsafe Care

Tue, 14 Nov 2017 10:39:52 EST

Should patients and their families sign away their right to sue upon admission to a nursing home? The current administration thinks so.
Medscape Nurses



Occupational Radiation Protection Lowers Mortality Risk? Occupational Radiation Protection Lowers Mortality Risk?

Mon, 13 Nov 2017 13:42:49 EST

A correlational study finds no greater risks for mortality among radiologists compared with physicians who do not perform radiation procedures.
Medscape Radiology



Trump Picks Ex-Pharma Exec Alex Azar to Head HHSTrump Picks Ex-Pharma Exec Alex Azar to Head HHS

Mon, 13 Nov 2017 12:28:00 EST

Azar, who served in HHS before, will be Trump’s point person for reducing the cost of prescription drugs.
Medscape Medical News



Breathing Fire: Health Is a Casualty of Climate-Fueled BlazesBreathing Fire: Health Is a Casualty of Climate-Fueled Blazes

Mon, 13 Nov 2017 09:42:12 EST

From Puget Sound to Disneyland and east over the Rockies, Americans have coughed and wheezed, rushed to emergency rooms and shut themselves indoors this year as pollution from wildfires darkened skies and rained soot across the landscape.
Kaiser Health News



Providing Medicaid to Parents Helps Kids Get Checkups, TooProviding Medicaid to Parents Helps Kids Get Checkups, Too

Mon, 13 Nov 2017 06:16:21 EST

Parent enrollment was linked with a large increase in the likelihood a child would get an annual well visit, a new study showed. Policies that qualify parent and child separately may miss the mark.
Medscape Medical News