Obese Americans Served with Qualitative Medical Care, Research Says

Obese Americans Served with Qualitative Medical Care, Research Says

Though some surveys have shown negative and unfavorable attitude among the doctors about the plump and obese people, a new study has found out that the overweight patients are offered somewhat similar medical care as normal patients.

Health Care Bill Summarized for the Average American

Health Care Bill Summarized for the Average American

The picture painted by the media and the press seems to depict that the historic health care reform bills made into law by President Obama, already bears the hallmarks of a great move by an American President in years.

Spinal Surgery Numbers Increasing in United States: Research

Spinal Surgery Numbers Increasing in United States: Research

U. S. researchers revealed on Tuesday that spinal fusion surgeries among aged patients have increased, causing critical complications and rising expenditure for the healthcare system. These surgeries are being done to patients who complain of lower back pain, and are more costly as well.

Reformulated Version of OxyContin Gains Approval from FDA

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The U. S. Food and Drug Administration revealed in a news release that it has approved the reformulated version of the frequently-misused painkiller, OxyContin.

Sebelius says US Health Reforms to be Swift and Clear

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On Tuesday, Health Secretary Kathleen Sebelius said that health officials in America intend to move quickly and meticulously to apply recently passed healthcare reforms.

Sebelius also said that nationwide and state controllers will closely observe private health insurance businesses to make sure that they comply with fresh regulations.

In Autism Awareness Month, Public Should be Educated

Autism Awareness

Since the 1970s, the Autism Society has identified April as National Autism Awareness Month. It believes that it would be in the welfare of the society if the public is educated about autism.

Tension between Massachusetts Controllers and Insurers Deepens

Tension between Massachusetts Controllers and Insurers Deepens

It has been reported that today, the argument between Massachusetts controllers and health insurance businesses deepened, since most insurers stopped providing new coverage to small industries and persons.

While officials from the state insisted that the insurer’s position updated rates online and recommences selling such strategies by the end of the week.

TN Health Reform Opponents Remain Firm Despite of AG's Suggestions

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Tennessee, which is against the federal health-care reform plan claims that it surely challenges the legislation against the program, despite the state's attorney general citation that claims that their efforts would face a tight slap.

Mistreatment or Abuse of Prescription Sends More People to Hospitals

Mistreatment or Abuse of Prescription Sends More People to Hospitals

A research reveals that more number of hospitalizations have taken place either due to accidental or intentional abuse of prescriptions.

April: National Child Abuse Prevention Month

 National Child Abuse

Hundreds of pinwheels mobbed at the walkway of the Highlands County Courthouse Tuesday morning in a view to serve as a symbol and raise awareness about the ongoing battle against child abuse in the county, state and nation.

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