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BALTIMORE — Kathleen O'Boyle was not shy about jumping into the medical histories of those who attended a Christmas Party this week at the University of Maryland Medical Center's healing garden. "Did you have a transplant?" she asked a man who was sitting his wife while chatting with other guests. "What did you have?"
WASHINGTON (AP) — Vice President Dick Cheney, who has a history of heart problems, experienced an irregular heartbeat today and will be evaluated at George Washington University Hospital.
If University of Maryland professor Michael Dougherty parks in a different spot than usual, he has to memorize where it is or he won't be able to find his car.
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (AP) — People in the United States are living in a world of pain, and they are popping pills at an alarming rate to cope with it.
Pablo Picasso observed, "To copy others is necessary, but to copy oneself is pathetic." Is anyone more pathetic than Arnold Relman, the former editor of the New England Journal of Medicine, who continually writes about why America should adopt the Canadian health care system? There is. It's Arnold Relman himself, writing in Canada about why Canadians shouldn't abandon the Canadian health care system.
NEW YORK (AP) — Stroll the aisles of any grocery store and you're sure to spot labels declaring "zero grams trans fat" on the front of snack foods, cookies and crackers. But does zero really mean there's no artery-clogging fat inside?
Enrollment in health insurance plans with savings accounts has increased steadily since they became available in 2004, but 2008 could be their breakout year, according to some health care consultants.
Imposing morals in the military