July 26, 2013
About 40% of current medical practices may be ineffective and should be reconsidered, according to a new analysis in Mayo Clinic Proceedings that reviewed 10 years of articles published in NEJM.
Living in a rural area is more dangerous than living in a city, possibly because rural health care services are less accessible and less specialized, according to a study published this week in the Annals of Emergency Room Medicine.
A surprising new study has found a link between height and a person's risk of cancer: A woman's risk of developing certain cancers increased by 13% for every four-inch height increase.
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