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Combined oral contraceptive pills do not appear to exacerbate symptoms related to macromastia

Combined oral contraceptive pills do not appear to exacerbate symptoms related to macromastia

According to a study published in October problem of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery®, the official medical journal of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS). The journal is published in Wolters Kluwer’s Lippincott portfolio. On the contrary, COC use during adolescence may actually be associated with the development of less severe breast enlargement (enlargement), according …

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Mind Springs Faces More Scrutiny as CEO Says It's Unfounded

Mind Springs Faces More Scrutiny as CEO Says It’s Unfounded

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After pushing major healthcare system to cut costs, Massachusetts agency wants more power

After pushing major healthcare system to cut costs, Massachusetts agency wants more power

The Massachusetts Health Policy Commission has reached an agreement with Mass General Brigham on a plan to cut spending. The state agency wants more power to control hospital costs, including financial penalties. A state agency in Massachusetts has approved a plan by Mass Gen. Brigham to cut spending, and the agency would like more power …

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How Hospital Authority Hong Kong works for sustainable healthcare

How Hospital Authority Hong Kong works for sustainable healthcare

Hospital Authority has made significant progress over the past few years in digitizing its processes and the way it delivers care to patients and communities. For more than 30 years, it has invested in the development of its clinical management system, which is today considered one of the most advanced systems in the world. Recently, …

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Obesity was threatening her daughter's health, so a grateful mother turned to children's hospital for help

Obesity was threatening her daughter’s health, so a grateful mother turned to children’s hospital for help

SCOTT SCANLON Buffalo News Ava Brandys weight issues started as a child when she started putting on three pounds a month on a typical eating schedule. Alarmed, her pediatrician ordered a battery of tests starting at 9 months. As Ava grew, the results continued to show that her main health indicators were normal. Childhood obesity …

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WVU Medicine Opens for Children's Hospital

WVU Medicine Opens for Children’s Hospital

MORGANTOWN, WV – The WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital held its grand opening September 24 at 11 a.m. A huge crowd full of elected officials, WVU medical staff, donors, friends and family gathered to celebrate the end of the five-year project. This new building is a nine-story, 150-bed hospital that includes state-of-the-art facilities, advanced specialty capabilities, …

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A Legacy of Healthy Bones: The Story of Mary Alice Bone Adamson

A Legacy of Healthy Bones: The Story of Mary Alice Bone Adamson

from the editor Note: In preparation for the 150 Centennial Celebration honoring 150 years since the founding of Jacksonville, a series of articles will be published about notable figures in the city’s history. The study and practice of medicine has played a part in Mary Alice Bone Adamson’s life for as long as she can …

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Where you live in Broward determines how much additional tax you should expect to pay for hospital assistance in 2023

Where you live in Broward determines how much additional tax you should expect to pay for hospital assistance in 2023

Taxpayers in Broward County north of Griffin Road will pay significantly more to fund their public hospital system this year, while those who generally live south of the dividing line will see their tax rates drop. Each year, the North Broward Hospital District, known as Broward Health, and the South Broward Hospital District, known as …

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NTU Singapore's Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine Receives S$5 Million Donation from GGV Capital to Support Students in Need - Florida Hospital News and Healthcare Report

NTU Singapore’s Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine Receives S$5 Million Donation from GGV Capital to Support Students in Need – Florida Hospital News and Healthcare Report

September 23, 2022 – Medical students from disadvantaged families who are training to become future doctors at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (LKCMedicine) will receive additional financial support following a donation of S$5 million from a global venture capital firm GGV Capital. With the counterpart from the Government …

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Oregon State Hospital faces dilemma with judge's order to release patients early

Oregon State Hospital faces dilemma with judge’s order to release patients early

A federal judge has ordered the state psychiatric hospital to begin releasing patients because others who need treatment are spending weeks in jail waiting to enter. SALEM, Ore. — Oregon State Hospital will begin releasing a batch of patients each month on Oct. 12 because the hospital is so full people are delaying treatment while …

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