Countries such as Korea and Finland have much lower rates ... Why can't more American women access medications for preterm birth? We also want to ensure that women who have had a stillbirth in the past and may have slept on their back do not feel guilt.
OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this secondary analysis was 1) to examine patient expectations related to a variety of common interventions for low back pain (LBP) and 2) to determine the influence that specific expectations about spinal manipulation might have.
By expanding state Medicaid coverage of abortion, the new law will put the procedure within reach for more low-income women. It also removes a “trigger” provision that would have made abortion illegal in Illinois if Roe v. Wade were overturned.
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Hong, MD, MPH, from the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, and colleagues examined clinician characteristics as predictors for 2 common low-value services: inappropriate back pain and headache.
In a study published in Journal of Pain Research, researchers sought to better understand the effect that perception of control an individual has over his or her health has on development of depression in patients with low back pain (LBP). This study is th.
Fruit juice preparation using a commercial nutrient extractor can decrease the spike in blood glucose levels that occurs after consumption of fruit, a Nature study concludes. Juice prepared using a Nutribullet 600 nutrient extractor resulted in a 50.
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“Looking back now there was nothing ... girls with low body esteem. It’s perhaps not surprising that seven in 10 (68%) of girls overall said they wish the media did a better job of portraying women of diverse physical attractiveness, age, ethnicity.