Nurses working 12-hour shifts are more likely to suffer from anxiety, musculoskeletal disorders, disturbed sleep, and stress than nurses working eight-hour shifts, according to a new review published in the Journal of Nursing Education and Practice.
A Cook County Circuit Court Judge granted a group of retailers a temporary restraining order on the county's sugary drink tax, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Florida, Illinois, and Iowa.
A new American Heart Association report confirms what research has shown for years: Coconut oil—despite having an empirically unsupported reputation as a heart-healthy food—isn't all that healthy at all. Here's what you should use instead.
A spokesperson for Rep. Tom Graves (R-Ga.) says, "While Congress works to pass President Trump's health care plan, stopping the IRS from implementing the harmful individual mandate helps provide relief for the families suffering under Obamacare."
The plague—commonly thought of as an antiquated disease from the Middle Ages—has again infected several people in New Mexico, proving that while the disease may be less prevalent than it used it to be, it is no less serious.
Walgreens Boots Alliance and Rite Aid say instead of completely merging, Rite Aid under a new deal would sell 2,186 of its 4,600 stores, three of its distribution centers, and all related inventory to Walgreens for $5.18 billion in cash.
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