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'Thrones' Actress Emilia Clarke Says She's had 2 Aneurysms

HBO's 'Game of Thrones' Blood Donation Contest is Being Called Discriminatory Against Gay, Bi Men

"Game of Thrones" actress Emilia Clarke revealed Thursday that she has had two life-threatening aneurysms, and two brain surgeries, since the show began.

Aspiring Doctors Seek Advanced Training In Addiction Medicine

Aspiring Doctors Seek Advanced Training In Addiction Medicine

By Will Stone, KJZZ | Mar 23
Now numbering more than 60, fellowship programs offer physicians a year or two of postgraduate training in clinics and hospitals where they learn evidence-based approaches for treating addiction.

5 Things to Know About the Electronic Health Records Mess

5 Things to Know About the Electronic Health Records Mess

By Fred Schulte | Mar 22
The U.S. government claimed that ditching paper medical charts for electronic records would make health care better, safer and cheaper. Ten years and $36 billion later, the digital revolution has gone awry.

'Thrones' Actress Emilia Clarke Says She's had 2 Aneurysms

'Thrones' Actress Emilia Clarke Says She's had 2 Aneurysms

Mar 22
"Game of Thrones" actress Emilia Clarke revealed Thursday that she has had two life-threatening aneurysms, and two brain surgeries, since the show began.

Mother Russia: South Florida Sees a Boom in 'Birth Tourism'

Mother Russia: South Florida Sees a Boom in 'Birth Tourism'

By Iuliia Steshevska | Mar 22
Every year, hundreds of pregnant Russian women travel to the United States to give birth so that their child can acquire all the privileges of American citizenship.

U.S. Experts: Medicines for Opioid Addiction Vastly Underused

U.S. Experts: Medicines for Opioid Addiction Vastly Underused

By Matthew Perrone | Mar 21
Medicines proven to treat opioid addiction remain vastly underused in the U.S., the nation's top medical advisers said earlier this week.