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A study shows that television commercials are rife with opinion and lifestyle associations but more often than not they also make misleading or false claims.
Paying doctors based on how well their patients did and paying them more to treat high-risk patients produces better outcomes than traditional fee-for-service compensation.
Annual premiums for employer-sponsored family health coverage increased 4% from a year ago. The relatively modest increase well outpaced the growth in workers' wages and general inflation during the same period.
Report finds doctors with financial interest in radiation treatment centers more likely to provide the therapy to prostate cancer patients than other doctors.
Around the world governments are seeking to address the financial threat they see obesity posing to the wellness of their health care systems and New Zealand represents a new front in the war on obesity.
While Americans see promise in biomedical advances, they are skeptical about treatments to extend life expectancy becoming a reality any time soon. Plus, most say they wouldn't want to live so long.