Melanie Griffith revealed at a panel talk on Wednesday that she’s epileptic — and she thinks divorcing Antonio Banderas helped her to stop having seizures.
Flu vaccines are available, and so that means that the anti-vaccine brigade is out in force.
The deadly plague outbreak has struck Madagascar's major cities sparking fears it has yet to 'peak' and could spread into the surrounding region. PLAGUE warnings have been issued for NINE countries surrounding Madagascar amid fears the disease could spread via sea trade and flight routes.
A shortage of nurses at U.S. hospitals hit West Virginia’s Charleston Area Medical Center at the worst possible time. The non-profit healthcare system is one of the state’s largest employers and sits in the heart of economically depressed coal country.
Twenty-four percent of Americans believe the ACA has been partially repealed, although no such action has been taken, according to a poll released Wednesday.
The powerful dissociative tranquilizer drug ketamine, which has been a raver mainstay for decades and can cause serious adverse effects if misused, doesn’t have the best reputation. But doctors have been working hard to change that, especially in light of the drug’s potential to treat depression, and there may be a new medical use for ketamine on the horizon.
There's more demand, yes, but as more men have finished high school, more have moved into nursing, a new paper finds
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