Experts have theorized that there is a direct relationship between an individual’s amount of physical activity and the development of changes in the shoulder or hip. A team of UK researchers sought to test this theory by comparing MRI findings from rugby players and ballet dancers to healthy participants, sharing their findings in Clinical Radiology.
William T. Thorwarth, MD, CEO of the American College of Radiology.
The American College of Radiology has “significant concerns” about the federal government’s proposed physician payment schedule for 2020 and is worried it could have a “devastating impact” on medical imaging.
As House Democrats launch a formal impeachment inquiry against President Trump, bipartisan healthcare efforts focused on lowering drug prices and healthcare costs are at risk of falling by the wayside, The Hill reported.
Frequent and persistent hot flashes during menopause can majorly raise women’s risk of clinical CVD events in the following 20 years, researchers reported at the 30th Annual Meeting of the North American Menopause Society.