Why long-term care insurance falls short for so many

For 35 years, Angela Jemmott and her five brothers paid premiums on a long-term care insurance policy for their 91-year-old mother. But the policy does not cover home health aides whose assistance allows her to stay in her ...


New study maps ketamine's effects on brain

Ketamine—an anesthetic also known for its illicit use as a recreational drug—has undergone a thorough reputational rehabilitation in recent years as the medical establishment has begun to recognize its wide-ranging therapeutic ...


Researchers show how lipids and diabetes are closely linked

While sugar is the most frequently named culprit in the development of type 2 diabetes, a better understanding of the role of fats is also essential. By analyzing the blood profiles of dozens of people suffering from diabetes ...

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