Science Says: What happens when researchers make mistakes
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Science Says: What happens when researchers make mistakes

Corrections in a top medical journal and an investigation of research misconduct allegations at a major university give a glimpse into how scientists set the record straight when mistakes are made

Frustrated AMA adopts sweeping policies to cut gun violence
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Frustrated AMA adopts sweeping policies to cut gun violence

The American Medical Association has adopted sweeping measures aimed at reducing gun violence, a problem it considers a public health crisis.

How do you count deaths from a hurricane?
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How do you count deaths from a hurricane?

Puerto Rico's hurricane death count revives debate about how to count disaster-related deaths

Crucial test of Ebola vaccine raises hopes, doubts in Congo
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Crucial test of Ebola vaccine raises hopes, doubts in Congo

For the first time since the Ebola virus was identified four decades ago, a vaccine has been dispatched to front-line health workers in an attempt to combat the epidemic from the onset

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Proper foot care important in warm weather months

Proper foot care and safety are important in the warm-weather months. Wanting to go barefoot at this time of the year can lead to problems, according to Dr. Edward Cline, a podiatrist with the Hannibal Regional Medical Group. Cline said he sees a surprisi

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100s of kids await mental health help in Maine

Hundreds of kids are awaiting mental health services in Maine and many are waiting months

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Nursing home administrators eager to receive boost in Medicaid funding

Nursing home administrators are eagerly awaiting Gov. Mike Parson's approval of the Missouri budget, which proposes boosting Medicaid funding for those who require highly specialized 24-hour nursing home services.

Justice Department move on health law has risks for GOP
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Justice Department move on health law has risks for GOP

GOP risks political fallout from Justice Department's move on health law protections for pre-existing conditions

GOP risks fallout from Justice Department move on health law
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GOP risks fallout from Justice Department move on health law

GOP risks political fallout from Justice Department's move on health law protections for pre-existing conditions

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US pulls 2 more from Cuba amid new potential health cases

The United States is testing two more workers from its embassy in Cuba amid concerns that they may have been affected by mysterious health incidents affecting U.S. diplomats in Cuba and China