Patti Neighmond Award-winning journalist Patti Neighmond is NPR's health policy correspondent. Her reports air regularly on NPR newsmagazines All Things Considered, Morning Edition, and Weekend Edition.
Detection Changing for Women's Heart Disease
Coffee May Slow Liver Damage from Alcohol Abuse
'Continuous Contraception' May Banish Periods
Patients Ignore Hospital-Care Report Cards
Studies Raise Concerns Over Heart-Device Reliability
Alzheimer's Drugs Offer Debatable Promise
For Seniors, Little Questions Can Lead to Big Changes
Medical Charity Care Losing Ground in U.S.
Back Pain Treatments Can Be Tailor-Made
Rotavirus Added to Bulky List of Childhood Vaccines
Study: Glucosamine Doesn't Relieve All Joint Pain
Study Questions Bone Benefits of Calcium, Vitamin D
Hormones May Help Younger Women's Hearts
New Studies: Low-Fat Diets Don't Prevent Cancers
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