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September 10, 2008
We performed a whole-country study using linked health care records in Finland and showed that stable angina as the initial symptomatic manifestation of coronary disease occurs as frequently in women as it does in men. Among easily recognized subgroups, the absolute rates of prognostic outcomes were similarly high in women and men.
Real-World Study Shows RBX2660 Improves Recurrent C Difficile Infection
Sleep Pharmacotherapy, Melatonin, and the Link to Substance Use Disorders
Mental Health Disparities Among the Hispanic Population