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“Progressing tumor”, “positive results”: patients are often confused by medical jargon

“Progressing tumor”, “positive results”: patients are often confused by medical jargon

By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter (Health Day) FRIDAY, Dec. 2, 2022 (HealthDay News) — If you’ve ever left a doctor’s appointment confused, it’s probably not you: Medical jargon used by doctors can be completely misunderstood by patients, a new study finds. Common medical jargon that makes perfect sense to doctors often gets lost in translation …

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Americans are eating more whole grains, but are still confused by food labels

Americans are eating more whole grains, but are still confused by food labels

It’s not uncommon to see packages of bread, crackers, cereal, or pasta with a stamp on the front, touting in big letters that it’s whole grain. In fact, they may not contain many real whole grains, according to a new study. An analysis of two decades of data on Americans’ diets found that people are …

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Confused about health insurance?  For the open enrollment period, you need someone like Quentella Perry in your life - Milwaukee Courier Weekly Newspaper

Confused about health insurance? For the open enrollment period, you need someone like Quentella Perry in your life – Milwaukee Courier Weekly Newspaper

Regardless of the source of health insurance, just about everyone is confused on some level. But browsers can guide you through the process. (File photo) By Devin Blake This story was originally published by Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service, where you can find other stories about fifteen neighborhoods in the city of Milwaukee. Visit milwaukeenns.org. When …

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