A leading theory about the cause of Alzheimer's disease has been called into question after a Science investigation uncovered evidence of potential image manipulation in an influential 2006 study on amyloid-beta proteins. +EC
It has long been thought that vitamin D supplements can help protect patients from bone fractures. But a study published in the New England Journal of Medicine found that those supplements had no effect on bone fracture rates, leading some experts to suggest providers reconsider recommending the supplements.
The Biden administration may be shifting its Covid-19 booster strategy, focusing on accelerating a fall booster campaign with next-generation shots that target more dominant strains of the virus rather than offering second booster shots to all adults.
New York City currently accounts for more than one-third of known U.S. monkeypox cases—and the city, which has one of the largest and best-funded health departments in the country, is still struggling to respond.
As of July 1, health insurance pricing information for most health care services must be publicly available, but the overwhelming amount of data means it is not understandable to most consumers, Julie Appleby writes for Kaiser Health News.
Health care spending in the United States surpassed $3 trillion in 2019, according to a new report from ValuePenguin, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from the District of Columbia, Minnesota, Missouri, and New York.
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