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Archive for: March 2015

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New Study Finds Cancer Risk Associated With Medical Power Tool Is Lower Than Previously Thought

Last April, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned that a medical power tool sometimes used to remove uterine fibroids could spread hidden canc...
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Study Suggests Patient Demands, Medical Malpractice Not to Blame for Ballooning Health Spending

Physicians often believe that patient requests for inappropriate care are responsible for a major portion of rapidly rising healthcare costs, but that...
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Due To Severe Winter Weather, Heating Assistance Funds for Low-Income Households Have Already Begun Depleting

It’s only mid-February, and homeowners across the Northeast and Midwest regions are already counting down the days until spring begins, thanks t...
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New Startup Redesigns Interior Design

Interior design is typically a service affordable only to the wealthy, but a new startup is looking to change that.Laurel and Wolf, which recently jus...
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David Butler’s New Book “Design to Grow” Discusses Branding Efforts At Coca-Cola

Coca-Cola is one of the biggest and most recognizable brands in the world, responsible for everything from Diet Coke to Sprite and Minute Maid. Howeve...