Women tend to be lied to in negotiations, and it doesn't matter if the negotiator is a man or a women.
The lessons learned playing varsity sports in high school appear to carry over into the workplace, even some 60 years down the road.
New drugs that are fast-tracked through the FDA approval process are more likely than those drugs that took the slow route to get black box warnings, which alert prescribers and patients about the most serious drug warnings required by the FDA.
As Medicare costs continue to rise, 54 million senior citizens are facing a tough situation.
Many medical researchers with ideas not tied to a drug backed by the pharmaceutical industry often find themselves without funding; patients find themselves without power. are without much power...until recently.
The number of hospital-owned physician practices in the U.S. more than doubled from 2002 to 2008. While in theory hospital-owned physician practice may offer benefits, prices have actually soared.
An increasing number of influential medical societies are recommending that doctors consider the cost of a treatment, not just the effectiveness of a treatment, for their patients.
The federal government is once again attempting to soften Uncle Sam's image.
More than half of doctors recommend branded medicine over generic, even though the price is higher while the ingredients are the same.
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