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Dementia complicates pain management in hospice patients because communication is difficult and the cause of pain can be hard to identify, researchers report.
As more and more clinics offer controversial treatments, especially in California, the agency is seeking to clarify its regulatory standards.
Research to be published in full this fall details how medicine’s “implicit bias” — whether real or perceived — undermines the doctor-patient relationship and the well-being of racial and ethnic minorities as well as lower-income patients.
Participants in a mostly online diabetes self-management program had lower blood sugar and were more likely to take their medicine regularly, study finds.
Covered California está haciendo más fácil para los consumidores comprar diferentes planes de salud para distintos miembros de la familia.
Under a new law, you could get money back if you were charged out-of-network prices after going to a medical provider who is listed in your health plan’s network.
Overcrowding and chaos in traditional emergency rooms can harm seniors’ health. That’s prompting some hospitals to open ERs designed specifically for the elderly.
But more training is needed for such translators to do their jobs well, without miscommunications and misunderstandings.
Covered California is making it easier for consumers to buy different health plans for different family members.
Putting sexual development on hold gives children a breather as they consider transitioning to the opposite gender. But when to begin?