New guidelines released Thursday by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases suggest giving small doses of peanuts to children at an early age may help them avoid allergies later in life.
Medicare wants to start changing how it pays for the treatment of these conditions. The goal is to promote quality and contain costs by encouraging doctors, hospitals and rehab centers to coordinate care.
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