But I must explain to you how all this mistaken idea of denouncing pleasure and praising pain was born and I will give you a complete account of the system.
Retail sales stalled in April as Americans ventured out more to bars and restaurants but spent less on things like clothes or sporting goods.
Data from the Commerce Department on Friday showed retail sales were flat in April from a month earlier.
The college is concerned gray areas in the No Surprises Act give health insurers leeway “that could be used as leverage to disrupt good-faith negotiations.”
Asymptomatic individuals received four surveillance scans each year at an annual cost of $9,600, experts wrote Thursday in JAMA Otolaryngology–Head & Neck Surgery.
Boston-based Medically Home offers imaging via portable scanners, while patients requiring MRI or CT are transported to a facility and then brought back to their residence
Boston University utilized artificial intelligence and thousands of knee MRI scans to help develop the metric, dubbed “subchondral bone length.”
NYU scientists developed their computer program using more than 5,200 radiographs gathered from 3,000-plus critically ill coronavirus patients treated at the institution.
Some cardiologists vow to go out with their scrubs on, says St. Vincent Heart Center’s Mary Norine Walsh, MD, as she recalls an interventional cardiologist who declared that when he left the cath lab, he’d be gone for good, not doing “office work.”
When is it time to retire? It’s a knotty, uncomfortable yet inevitable question.