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AHA: Lung Inflation Occurs Infrequently With Ventilation During 30:2 CPR

Better outcomes seen for patients with ventilation waveforms in ≥50 percent of pauses in CPR

Experiencing Racism May Increase Stroke Risk in Black Women

Trend exists for both self-reported and definitively confirmed stroke incidence

Opioid Rx Down, but Overdoses and Deaths Up, AMA Report Shows

The American Medical Association calls for action on eight strategies to increase access to evidence-based opioid use disorder care

CDC: Rates of Suicide Vary by Age, Sex, Mechanism in Over 55s

From 2001 to 2021, largest percent increase in suicide rates occurred for men ages 55 to 64 years and women ages 65 to 74 years

Asthma-Linked Health Care Use Increased With Non-English Speaking Caregivers

Caregiver non-English language preference linked to increased use of asthma-related ED visit, hospitalization, ICU visit

Amid Fruit Puree Investigation, CDC Urges Doctors to Look for Lead Poisoning in Children

Agency is working with the FDA and state and local partners to find the source of the contamination in these products

Peer-to-Peer E-Consults Save Money for Pediatric Trauma Patients

Study models costs of telemedicine intervention to ambulance transfers

ACAAI: Mold After Natural Disasters Poses Great Risk to Allergy Patients

High-efficiency particulate air filters are most effective for removing airborne particles

Variability Seen in Use of Influenza Antiviral Agents in Children

Guideline-concordant antiviral use low for young children at high risk for influenza complications

Tyson Chicken Nuggets Recalled Over Small Metal Pieces in Product

One minor oral injury associated with consumption of the nuggets has been reported