Sabrina Tavernise

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Earlier this year, when pharma exec Martin Shkreli bought the rights to an old drug and then raised its price 5000%, Americans named him the most hated man in the country.

America's Wild West of Drug Pricing

Earlier this year, when pharma exec Martin Shkreli bought the rights to an old drug and then raised its price 5000%, Americans named him the most hated man in the country.

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Nebraska and Maryland are just the latest converts to a growing trend in healthcare that allows nurses with advanced degrees in certain medical fields to perform such "doctorly" duties…

The Nurse Is IN: When the Doctor Is a Nurse

Nebraska and Maryland are just the latest converts to a growing trend in healthcare that allows nurses with advanced degrees in certain medical fields to perform such "doctorly" duties…

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One of America’s enduring health problems is childhood obesity, which has been on the rise for decades.

Youth Obesity Falling

One of America’s enduring health problems is childhood obesity, which has been on the rise for decades.

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