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Fake Botox Shots Land 13 Women in Hospital

FRIDAY, July 12, 2024 -- Seventeen women in nine states have fallen ill after getting fake Botox shots, with 13 of them landing in the hospital and one requiring a ventilator, a new report warns.In the report, published Thursday by the U.S.

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Thousands of Hospital Patients in Oregon May Have Been Exposed to Hepatitis, HIV

FRIDAY, July 12, 2024 -- After an anesthesiologist may have exposed thousands of people treated at several hospitals in Oregon to hepatitis and HIV, those patients are being advised to get tested for the diseases.Two health care providers in.

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Most Americans Would Welcome Hospital Care at Home, Survey Shows

WEDNESDAY, July 10, 2024 -- Many Americans like the idea of receiving hospital-level care at home, believing they'd recover from their ills faster and without safety risks. Patients of course want the best-quality care, but often prefer to be at.

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Hospital care for children has shifted from general hospitals to children’s hospitals over last 20 years

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CHAPEL HILL, NC – Historically, most children in the United States who needed to be hospitalized were treated at general hospitals that treat both children and adults.

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Sleep Apnea Could Mean More Hospitalizations

TUESDAY, June 4, 2024 -- Folks with sleep apnea are more likely to require hospitalization for an ailment, a new study shows.People aged 50 and older with sleep apnea have 21% higher odds of hospitalization compared to those without the breathing.

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Cancer Patients Get Poorer Care at Hospitals Serving Minority Communities

THURSDAY, May 30, 2024 -- Cancer patients receive less effective treatment at hospitals that mainly serve minority communities, a new study shows.More than 9% of cancer patients are treated at hospitals where a significant percentage of patients.

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Pharmacist Salaries and Employment in 2023: The Grass Keeps Getting Greener in Hospitals

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Meanwhile, employment and salaries in non-retail settings—hospitals, physician offices, outpatient centers, and home healthcare—continued to grow. What’s ahead for 340B-eligible hospitals? These settings now employ one in three U.S. pharmacists. Greener grass—or just different soil?