Less pubic hair, more problems. About 26% of men and women who groom their pubic hair have been injured at least once, according to a JAMA Dermatology study published Wednesday. Of that total, 32% said that it had happened five or more times.
The widely used biomarker contributes to the hundreds of millions of dollars spent annually on cardiac care, but adds no value in evaluating patients with suspected acute coronary syndrome, researchers say.
A Yale study finds that while patients have difficulty envisioning the benefits of avoiding low-value care, they are clear on one point: They would like doctors to spend more time talking and less time testing.