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Clinical "calculators" predict disease risk based on relevant health information. Is a patient's race ever relevant?
Cases in fully vaccinated people, explained.
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Orthopedists vs. podiatrists, ophthalmologists vs. optometrists, and more.
Studies suggest certain diagnostic labels lead patients to choose aggressive treatment options, such as surgery, when they don't need to.
Overnight tests, in a lab or at home, are used to diagnosed conditions including sleep apnea, narcolepsy and restless leg syndrome.
Memes about medical conditions, circulating on Instagram, TikTok and other sites, are making people wonder, "Do I have that?"
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