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Among infants born with severe heart defects, uninsured newborns were three times more likely to die than privately insured newborns, according to a new study by the Centers for Control and Prevention.
should not alter
New report claims drug dabigatran (brand name Pradaxa) could be used in a safer manner, but experts advise not changing dosage or treatment without consulting a healthcare provider.
Drew Sperling was looking forward to a round of golf with his dad. Around the time they were supposed to tee off, 21-year-old Drew was fighting for his life following a stroke. Five years later, Drew has rebuilt his life – and his golf game.
A stroke left Patrick Stein with Locked-in syndrome, a rare condition that leaves the body paralyzed. Today, the teen fights for his life and to make people aware of the condition.
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