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"SAY AHH! Examining America's Health" is the evocative name of the show that opened a new exhibition gallery at the venerable College of Physicians of Philadelphia a month ago.
The public has long been welcome to view the collections of the college and attend its lectures and...
ASSURING THE QUALITY of managed care plans as they become increasingly prominent in the provision of health care means mounting pressure on measuring their performance. The demand comes from potential plan purchasers, consumers, and purveyors of the plans themselves.
FOR AT LEAST 2 decades, the ubiquitous fingernail and toenail fungal disease onychomycosis has frustrated and discouraged physicians and patients because of a lack of effective treatment.
During this same period, fungal nail disease has been on the rise, particularly among older...
THE NATION NOW is a year farther along "The Road to an Aging Policy for the 21st Century" that was mapped in May 1995 at the Fourth White House Conference on Aging.
As this second postconference year gets under way, the National Institute on Aging (NIA) is pointing out that the...
DURING 1993, an estimated 2.1 million persons aged 16-17 years in the United States were employed.* Although many children aged <16 years work, employment data are neither routinely collected nor reported for this age group, and there are no reliable estimates of the number of children...
POTENTIAL sources of elemental mercury in residential settings include mercury switches, mercury-containing devices (e.g., thermostats and thermometers), and mercury obtained from laboratories, dental offices, or other industrial sources. In January 1995, pools of elemental mercury were...
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