Money and Medicine

A nonprofit corporation will represent LSU School of Medicine doctors who see patients at former LSU public hospitals in Shreveport and Monroe.LSU System supervisors Friday will vote on creating a faculty practice organization for LSU Health Shreveport. Read more here. 
There's nothing shiny or high-tech about plywood cabinets that have “drawers” drawn on with black markers. Or walls adorned with yellow sticky notes that read “mirror” or “hook,” or that have electrical outlets depicted on them.Click here to read more.
 For residents of Winchester Greens, a mixed-use, mixed-income community in north Chesterfield, health care doesn’t get any closer than a few steps away.
“It’s the right thing to do and it is the right time to do it,” Virginia Commonwealth University pediatric surgeon David Lanning said Monday night of VCU’s plans to build a freestanding children’s hospital, addressing a roomful of doctors and others at a meeting on the topic.
Do you take a particular medication on a regular basis? If so, it could be affecting your nutrient needs. Read more here.
Mercury, a neurotoxicant, has been banned from skin products in the United States since the 1970s. But those products remain unregulated outside the country, and use of them can be especially hazardous for mothers-to-be, new UCSF research suggests.
As the last customers trickled out of Costco on a recent Saturday evening, a young couple steered their 
 Dietary supplements such as Anatabloc, fish oil capsules and vitamin D pills fall under different regulations than drugs.
Kristen Karl has nothing against the Bellevue Medical Center or Papillion's Midlands Hospital.
A veteran pharmacist, who worked at 

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