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Biotech Company and Patients Face Off to Gain Access to Their Genetic Tests
A Utah-based biotech company that had refused to let four patients access their full genetic information has reversed course, a day before the American Civil Liberties Union filed a complaint with the federal government on behalf of patients in general. Myriad Genetics provided the patients late
Flyers honor founder Ed Snider before Game 3 vs. Capitals
PHILADELPHIA -- The Flyers honored founder Ed Snider before Game 3 of their playoff series against the Washington Capitals in their first home game since his death last week. There were reminders of Snider all around the Wells Fargo Center on Monday. Outside the arena, the Flyers hung a banner with
Grateful Dead Bassist Phil Lesh Diagnosed With Bladder Cancer
Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh has undergone surgery for bladder cancer , the musician announced. In a message on the Facebook page for Terrapin Crossroads, the California restaurant and venue he owns, Lesh, 75, explained he was diagnosed in early October and sought treatment at the Mayo Clinic in
13 Foods That Are High in Magnesium
Magnesium helps your heart, muscles, and immune system function properly — and studies suggest that nearly half of Americans aren't consuming enough of the mineral. But before you start popping supplements, you should know there's a difference between inadequate intake and a true deficiency. Signs
Could Arsenic Levels in Rice Be Dangerous for Your Kids?
Study finds significant amount of arsenic in rice products that could have an impact on the health of people who consume it.
14 Non-Dairy Foods That Are High in Calcium
Calcium builds healthy bones and teeth and ensures your muscles, cells, and nerves work properly. Adults need about 1,000 milligrams a day—that's a little more than three 8-ounce glasses of milk—but what if you're vegan, lactose intolerant, or just don't like the taste of dairy products? Here's a
Delays Didn't Necessarily Cause Veteran Deaths, VA Report Finds
When it was revealed in April that Veterans Affairs officials had maintained secret wait lists and covered up wait times for veterans seeking health care at the facility in Phoenix, Ariz., the deaths of at least 40 such veterans stoked national outrage. But those long wait times and cover-ups
THIS WEEK ON "NY MED," DR. OZ IS BACK TO DEAL WITH A PERPLEXING CASE OF A MOTORCYLCE COP WHO SUFFERS A MYSTERIOUS STROKE WHILE ON VACATION WITH HIS KIDS
Plus: A 19-year old student pilot survives a fiery plane crash and then mesmerizes his doctors with his amazing story Watch Episode 203 Preview After nearly two years of production, “NY MED” is back. This fast-paced, eight-part series mostly toggles between the orderly operating rooms...
Delays in Care Threaten Health and Safety of Veterans, New VA Whistleblower Says
With criticism mounting on Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki over allegations that veterans in Phoenix died while waiting for care, another whistleblower has stepped forward with documents alleging he witnessed incidents that together pose “a substantial and specific threat to the mental