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04/25/2016

Teens most drawn to e-cigarettes by online ads

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04/22/2016

New York Hospital to Pay $2.2 Million Over Unauthorized Filming of 2 Patients

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02/10/2014

Scientist’s Experiment in Fundraising

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12/21/2012

Spending on food advertising to kids fell in ’09

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09/25/2012

Robin Roberts’ illness raises questions about extent of coverage

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07/11/2012

Professionalism: Social media mishaps

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06/07/2012

Disney bans junk food, Mickey Mouse brands health. Hmmm…

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06/07/2012

Zombies are not a health problem (for us). Should they be a solution?

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04/30/2012

Patients want to use social media tools to manage health care

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04/16/2012

Can the Innovator Class Save Healthcare?

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