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A Q&A with Dr. Cheng Ruan, an internist whose office is among the first in the US to offer coronavirus blood tests.
Taking testing into your own hands comes with a few caveats.
Some doctors prefer to share test results in person. Others call or email instead. Do patients have a choice in the matter?
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While at-home kits are a cheap, quick way to learn about your reproductive health, some experts are wary of going the DIY route.
Simple, research-backed tips to help you feel OK when test results are on the way.
A guide to different types of allergy tests and what they entail.
It's becoming more common for doctors to call patients with serious medical news.