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Monday, January 27, 2020

Taleena Nadkarni

Taleena Nadkarni is a student at New York University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in journalism and global public health. She has interned at a variety of health care settings, including the VA NY Harbor Health Care System and the LegalHealth department of the New York Legal Assistance Group. She enjoys writing about health, science and medical ethics.

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Last month, final results from the ongoing Apple Heart Study were published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The study focused...
At a yearly cost of $237 billion to the healthcare industry, diabetes is ranked one of the most expensive conditions in America....
Voice your opinion on the ethics of the "conscience rule" as a healthcare provider.
For more than two hundred years, the stethoscope has remained a fundamental tool for all healthcare providers. But with recent advances in...
Another day, another study about the failures of the current healthcare market. According to a recent analysis, drug makers...
Differences in survival between male and female patients with breast cancer have been reported in the past but not fully investigated, until now.

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