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Despite Vaccine Controversy, Immunization Rates Remain High Among Young Children
Vast majority of parents are opting for their young children to receive potentially lifesaving vaccines despite the controversy surrounding their right to refuse such immunizations.
Aspirin may reduce the risk of blood clots in patients who cannot use traditional anticoagulants, new research suggests.
Phase I study deems treatment safe and tolerable in humans.
Treatment co-developed by National Institutes of Health and GlaxoSmithKline gets fast-tracked as World Health Organization issues dire prediction.
Statin guidelines released jointly by the American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology more accurately identify patients with heavy arterial plaque buildup for therapy.
A University of Kentucky pharmacy professor has developed a nasal spray of naloxone (Narcan) to treat potentially fatal overdoses from heroin and prescription opioids.
Limitations in available staff and protective equipment put medical personnel at increased risk.

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