While the clinics have proved popular, their focus on the uninsured has led some to question whether the mobile model will be rendered moot by expansions of insurance coverage under the Affordable Care Act.
Over the past two decades, circumcision rates in the U.S. have fallen to 55 percent from a peak of about 79 percent. A new analysis from Johns Hopkins researchers suggests the decline will add to health care costs.
A recurrence of of anger, frustration and violence often leading to criminal behavior has been linked to those who suffer from traumatic brain injury — something all too common for active-duty service members.
From heavy course loads to parental expectations, the pressure to succeed can be daunting for college students. And the gloomy economy often makes things worse. Paying for college can be stressful, and many students worry about choosing majors that will give them better chances at landing jobs.
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