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The Concept Of Schizophrenia Is Coming To An End, Here's Why

The concept of schizophrenia is dying. Harried for decades by psychology, it now appears to have been fatally wounded by psychiatry, the very profession that once sustained it. Its passing will not be mourned.

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Top 10 Affordable US Medical Schools

A recent study by a debt management solutions provider, suggests the average medical student may accrue approximately $164,800 in debt. However, attending one of the following 10 institutions may allow students to reduce their debt by $42,231, on average, according to a college report.

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Which Country Has The World's Best Healthcare System?

We look at how patients pay for healthcare around the world and the general standard of care they might expect. Healthcare is a costly item in national budgets, but who gets the best value for money, and who the best outcomes? We compare the systems in some of the world’s leading countries for healthcare.

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U.S. Life Expectancy Varies By More Than 20 Years From County To County

Life expectancy is rising generally in America, but some areas have seen death rates going conspicuously in the other direction. These geographical disparities are widening, according to a sweeping report published Monday.

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