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Study Looks at Diversity Among U.S. Surgeons

By Robert PreidtHealthDay ReporterWEDNESDAY, May 5, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- White people continue to dominate top surgery positions at U.S. universities, while the number of Black and Hispanic surgeons remains flat, a...

Ford’s Newest Explorer Will Get You Off the Grid in Style

These days, 4×4 touring and car camping are more popular than ever. And if you didn’t know that from scrolling through Instagram, the recent influx of off-road vehicles—from high-tech electric pickups to...

Guidance on Talking to Patients About COVID-19 Vaccines

Editor's note: Find the latest COVID-19 news and guidance in Medscape's Coronavirus Resource Center. Physicians remain one of the...

The Health Benefits of Ginger

Fresh herbs and spices that come from the plants of the earth – a hallmark of a primarily raw diet plant-based diet – have a number of medicinal properties. Since the civilization...

Best 10 Skin Tag And Mole Removers

Skin tags and moles are natural skin growths that are very common. Skin tags are usually found in skin folds but can occur anywhere in the body and can easily be removed...

New Federal Program Reimburses Vaccine Administration Fees

A new federal program will cover physicians' costs of administering COVID-19 vaccines to patients enrolled in health plans that either do not cover vaccination fees or...

Living Through Bipolar Mania—Learning to Live with the Mania Monster | Bipolar Burble Blog | Natasha Tracy

Bipolar Burble blog welcomes guest poster Bob Krulish. Bob has bipolar type 1 and today, is talking about living through mania and living with the mania monster. I became symptomatic with bipolar disorder...

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