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Hispanics in U.S. Least Likely to Dial 911 for Stroke

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Lifesaving Defibrillators Often Behind Locked Doors, Study Finds

Long Shifts Linked to Increased Injury Risk for EMS Workers

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Malpractice Fears Spurring Most ER Docs to Order Unnecessary Tests

Many Critically Ill Patients Lack 'Do Not Resuscitate' Orders

Many ER Patients With Chest Pain Can Be Sent Home, Study Finds

Many Parents Unaware of Emergency Plans at Kids' Pre-schools

Medication Problems May Spur Many Child ER Trips, Study Finds

More Evidence of Long-Term Illness in 9/11 Responders

More Hepatitis C Cases Being Seen in Urban ERs

More Police Killed in States With High Gun Ownership: Study

More Progress Needed To Get Stroke Patients Rapid Care

New Stroke Prevention Efforts May Be Paying Off

Preventing Emergency Surgeries Could Save $1 Billion

Prolonged Rescue Efforts May Not Help Young Drowning Victims: Study

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Second Severe Allergic Reaction Isn't Uncommon

Seniors Often Underestimate Their Frailty, Study Finds

Sensitive Blood Test May Help Rule Out Heart Attack

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Stent Treatment May Lower Stroke Disability

Steroids May Help Speed Pneumonia Recovery, Study Finds

Study Questions Safety of Adrenaline Shots for Cardiac Arrest

Surgery Seldom Needed When Older Person Breaks Upper Arm: Study

Teens Seen in ERs for Assault at Risk for Later Gun Violence: Study

Teens, Young Adults Most Likely to Go to ER After Car Accidents: Report

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U.S. Hospitals Seeing More Kids With Self-Inflicted Injuries

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