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The most dangerous field to work in is: health care.
Maryland is the first state in the nation to designate "health enterprise zones" in hopes of luring more medical resources to the community.
More than 200 victims of the Boston Marathon bombings are healing from injuries sustained in the blast. Several of those victims are working to re-build their lives with the loss of a limb.
One man claims that changing something as simple as the top of a medicine bottle will result in hundreds of billions of dollars in health care savings.
Fairfax County is debating policies that would encourage county employees to stop smoking in an effort to improve workers' health and reduce health care costs.
Instead of reaching for Tylenol or Motrin to cure your next migraine, the drug "Help, I have a headache" may just do the trick. The medication is one of the products offered by Help Remedies, a start-up company from New York City that aims to make over-the-counter health care simpler for consumers.
Amerigroup Corp. says it has completed the sale of its Virginia operations to health care provider Inova Health System Foundation.
A study published in this month's Health Affairs found that care provided by less-experienced doctors can cost up to 13 percent more than treatment from their more experienced colleagues.
District of Columbia Mayor Vincent Gray has unveiled plans for a new pavilion on the campus of St. Elizabeths Hospital in southeast Washington.
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Americans are spending more on prescription drugs, despite the increasing availability of generics.
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