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Brad Davern could commute for his dialysis treatments, like about 400,000 Americans who depend on clinics to filter their blood. But going to a clinic would mean less exercise time and less independence for Davern, who joined a growing segment of
The medical system charged with caring for Maryland's veterans is seeking help from private physicians in the Baltimore region to address a primary-care backlog that has become one of the worst in the nation, federal officials said Monday. With
in fact, a health care disaster for the county -- if Daughters tarnished that legacy in their rush to sell San Jose's O'Connor Hospital and Gilroy's Saint Louise Regional Hospital in the face of financial difficulties. Multiple sources say the
I'm not sure that I can explain what the obstacles are, said McKeown. While each year public education campaigns urge Ontarians to get vaccinated, the idea of mandatory staff immunization remains surprisingly divisive within the medical community.
It once was a Columbus Bank and Trust office on Second Avenue, handling deposits, cashing checks and making loans to local residents for decades. But in the fall of 2011, the 3,260-square-foot building became a labor of love -- and for the Lord --
It was a pretty simple calculus that propelled Bill Carroll into a relationship with Missi Wright in the summer of 2003. "In all honesty, it was her looks and that she was five years older than me," Bill said. "Those things get your attention,
A primary aim of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) is to expand insurance coverage, especially among households with lower incomes. The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) projects that about one-third of the additional insurance
In 1855, the document was amended to provide for direct election of the AG by the public, to be the chief lawyer and law enforcement officer of the state. Beyond judicial review by the courts, the AG is not accountable to any other elected officials.
Raised to never run from a fight, Duggan started running with a gang at 14. With his father in prison and absent from his life, the gang was everything to Duggan. "It gave me a sense of being," said Duggan, now 31. Running with the Young Bloods in
The Illinois Supreme Court ruled today that subsidized health care premiums for retired state employees are protected under the Illinois Constitution, signaling potential trouble for an overhaul of pension benefits that's also being challenged in