Removable splints seem effective alternative to casts in treating children’s minor wrist fractures.
Facility stocks may lift next week if feared cuts in reimbursement are softened.
Group moves to lift restrictions on insurance coverage for prostheses.
Large percentage of patients also report nausea, vomiting symptoms; severity increases with cough and movement.
Exercise appears to be beneficial for patients with cancer-related fatigue.
May meeting expects to draw more than 5,000 national, international experts.
Governor signs measure into law that blocks insurers from imposing exemptions or financial caps on benefits.
Trial shows newer generation mechanical thrombectomy device pushes towards higher rates of recanalization and better clinical outcomes compared with first-generation devices in patients with acute ischemic stroke due to large vessel intracranial occlusion.
Results of a family-based, case-control study support a relationship between pesticide exposure and Parkinson’s disease.
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