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Casi 134.000 niños inmigrantes en California sin papeles ahora reciben beneficios de salud completos del gobierno debido a una ley del estado que expande su cobertura.
University of Southern California scientists determined the virus uses certain types of protein to interrupt the brain development of fetuses. The finding is a step toward the possible development of an intervention that could prevent the infection from leading to microcephaly.
Intensive training for such aides helps reduce repeated ER visits and hospitalizations of elderly disabled people, a pilot project suggests.
Most medical schools offer very little education on treating opioid addiction. Stanford University’s medical school is trying to ramp it up.
HHS awarded $156 million to 420 health centers around the country in the first grants ever specifically geared to dental care.
California health officials are collaborating with a dozen hospitals in a first attempt to upgrade the state’s giant cancer database.
El uso de moteles deteriorados para cuidar y albergar temporalmente a personas sin hogar recientemente dadas de alta del hospital ayuda a estabilizarlos de manera económica, previniendo retornos innecesarios y costosos a las salas de emergencia y a los hospitales.
Anxiety before surgery can be dangerous for kids. Medication can help calm them down. But an anesthesiologist in California has come up with a safer, cheaper and much more entertaining alternative.
The grant, which was awarded to Dr. Eric Topol, is part of the Obama administration’s Precision Medicine Initiative, which will customize patient care through big advances in digital technology.
Treatments marketed as everything from anti-aging applications to therapies for degenerative diseases are increasingly available at commercial clinics in the U.S., but their growing numbers raise ethical and regulatory concerns in the scientific community.