WEDNESDAY, March 14 -- The annual Pap smear may soon be a thing of the past, since new guidelines issued Wednesday say that most women need the cervical-cancer screening only once every three years.In its first update since 2003, the U.S.... read more..
Mixing Politics With Healthcare: Not What The Doctor Ordered
The continued right wing attempts to limit reproductive rights of women, and the recent response from the left to require men who use Viagra to have psychiatric evaluations, prostate exams and cardiac stress tests, begs the question again: should politics have a role in healthcare? As a physician, I vote no. (Source: Forbes.com Healthcare News)MedWorm Sponsor Message: Please have a look at this new site driven by MedWorm: The Breast Cancer Daily read more..
Aspirin may reduce incidence of strokes in postmenopausal women with high trans-fat intake
Postmenopausal women with higher intake of trans fat were associated with a higher incidence of ischemic stroke but aspirin may reduce the adverse effects of trans fat, according to a new study (Source: Drug Topics - Pharmacy News) read more..