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After the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) subsided in West Africa with no new cases confirmed, New Mexico Health Department lifted its monitoring policy over travelers who could have potentially contracted the virus
Health authorities in New York have finally softened up on marijuana use allowing New Yorkers to register for the state’s medical marijuana program which is bound to start January next year.
Researchers found three cost-effective intervention programs that can help prevent childhood obesity.
A well structured education intervention improves knowledge and emergency management for patients at risk for anaphylaxis and their caregivers, a new study has found.
In a new study, researchers found that a support and education group had a positive effect on newly diagnosed patients with rheumatoid arthritis (RA).
Two new studies have examined ways to improve medication adherence in teens and young adults.
A new study found that an intervention program, GIRLSS, was effective in reducing "mean girl" behaviors in adolescents.
According to officials, the HIV/AIDS program in India is set to run out of critical drugs.
The CDC reported that the rate of adult diabetes appears to be leveling off over the past four years.
According to more than 20 years of research, aggressive children are less likely to grow up and become violent criminals or mentally troubled adults if they receive help early intervention.
The United States Preventive Services Task Force has issued new guidelines for overweight adults with an increased risk of developing heart conditions.
Researchers have devised a safe way to use multiple programming languages within the same program.
In a new study, researchers set out to see if an outreach campaign could raise awareness and improve organ donation numbers and discovered that the campaign increased the consent rates for Hispanic Americans.
A new study found that 58 percent of the general surgery residents surveyed had considered leaving their residency program.