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In that case, a 59-year-old woman who reported a racing and pounding heartbeat waited 24 hours, 8 minutes before being admitted to a unit where her heartbeat could be continuously monitored. In another example, a 52-year-old man with schizophrenia
The U.S. health system that cares for the nation's veterans increased services to screen for and treat breast cancer over the past five years, but at one hospital the time it took women with the disease to be treated also increased, says a new study.
Researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine are enrolling patients with type 2 diabetes into an NIH-funded clinical trial to evaluate the long-term benefits and risks of four widely used diabetes drugs in combination with metformin,
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When a police officer entered the room in the Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites after responding to a call about a man "feeling dizzy," he found Kwiatkowski "unsteady on his feet," police records say. He also found a handwritten note amid the pill bottles
Md. (AP) — Across the eastern U.S., people are struggling through a third day of heat and no electricity. Their groceries are long gone, either used up in weekend cookouts or left to spoil in useless refrigerators. The usual frozen treats people turn
A weekend without electricity was already trying for millions in the sweltering, storm-swept mid-Atlantic region. But Monday morning brings another grim challenge when many embark on a difficult commute over roads with darkened stoplights and likely
You didn't hear much of people getting raped in the military back then," Fredericks said. "At least I didn't. So, you know, it was like fear every day: 'I hope he's not at the gate today.' "I wouldn't dare tell no one...Twenty-nine years after the
Baltimore city leaders need to develop a clear vision for what they want to happen with the Social Security Administration's soon-to-be-vacant Metro West office complex and share it soon with the federal government. The developer of the long-stalled "