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Welcome to 'Merica — a new themed restaurant featuring meals like 'The Walmart'

With menu items like "The Walmart," and burgers named after both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, "'Merica," a parody-America themed restaurant opening in NYC, hopes to gain some laughs.<p>The restaurant is co-founded by Zach Neil, who started both the Tim Burton-themed " Beetle House " and the Will …

Hillary Clinton

A Harry Potter-Themed Pasta Restaurant Has Opened in New York City

Muggles no longer have to travel to Orlando's Wizarding World to get a taste of the magical Potter story. A <i>Harry Potter</i>-themed restaurant just opened …

The 10 Most Unique Dining Experiences In NYC

Bored of the same typical dinner spots? Looking for a little stimulation and entertainment while you eat? Well we've done our research and rounded up …

Food & Dining

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Kitschy Cool: NYC Theme Restaurants Worth the Splurge

If you’re looking to provide your family with lasting memories and adventure, say hello to New York City’s roster of theme restaurants. They’re …

New York’s 10 Most Notorious Theme Restaurants

Although there are many fantastic dining experiences this city, New York still has its fair share of cheesy theme restaurants. These aren't always your obvious tourist traps, sometimes they can be big budget projects from reputable restaurateurs that somehow went awry. Here’s a guide to the <b>ten most</b> …

10 quirky themed restaurants in NYC

Yes, they're kitschy and cheesy as hell, but that doesn't stop people from seeking out New York's themed restaurants. They range from tourist-trap …

The best fun restaurants in NYC

1<p>Photograph: Caroline Voagen Nels<p>Restaurants, Diners<p>Ellen's Stardust Diner<p>Come for the food and stay for the tunes at this kitschy midtown diner. …

The Weirdest NYC Dishes You Need To Try

Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to eat roasted guinea pig in Flushing, Queens. Oh, is that not how the Statue of Liberty …

Legendary NYC Eatery Named Best Casual Restaurant in America

The best casual restaurant in the nation is right here in New York City.<br>Photo Credit: AP

New York City

Zauo in NYC Will Let You Catch Your Own Fish for Dinner

People have always been fascinated with restaurants that allow them to cook their own food, like Korean BBQ, hot pots and fondue. Soon, they'll be …

How Pharma Can Offer More than Pills

For years, there has been a push within the pharmaceutical industry to move “beyond the pill” — in other words, to build and deploy complementary services and solutions to diversify revenue sources. The rationale is simple and elegant: A company with experience selling pharmaceutical products …

Britain still has health workers who believe gay people can be 'cured'

A major new study by charity Stonewall shows that LGBT people are facing unhealthy attitudes and bullying from many healthcare and social work professionals in the UK<p>Hundreds of British health workers have heard their colleagues suggest that lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) people can be …

Some Public Hospitals Win, Others Lose With Obamacare

A year and a half after the Affordable Care Act brought widespread reforms to the U.S. healthcare system, Chicago's Cook County Health & Hospitals System has made its first profit in 180 years.<p>Seven hundred miles south, the fortunes of Atlanta's primary public hospital, Grady Health System, haven't …

This $153,000 rattlesnake bite is everything wrong with American health care

Earlier this month a guy named Todd Fassler was bitten by a rattlesnake in San Diego, KGTV San Diego reports. In itself this isn't terribly unusual — the CDC estimates that roughly 7,000 to 8,000 people a year get bitten by a venomous snake in the United States. And somewhere between five and six …

Michigan Medicaid expansion increases doctor appointment availability, defying expectations

Study shows that access to physicians went up, not down — exactly the opposite of what ACA opponents predicted.<p>Once again, the Affordable Care Act …

Hillary Clinton Dined With John Kasich Over Healthcare Reform—In 1993

Just months after her husband took office, First Lady Hillary Clinton attended an unusual backyard dinner in Northern Virginia on her quest to sell …

FDA clears Propeller Health remote monitoring platform for GSK inhaler as beyond the pill trend grows

A few months after the FDA cleared digital health company Propeller Health’ first collaboration with Boehringer Ingelheim to use its remote …

Digital Health

Chinese doctors to disgruntled patients: Please stop stabbing us

By Emily Rauhala<p>, Reporter<p>Ou Lizhi, a doctor in southeastern China, was making her morning rounds last week when a patient approached and demanded treatment. When she could not immediately help, he pulled a knife.<p>In a scene of chaos partially captured by surveillance cameras at Longmen County …

China

Pharmaceutical Companies Sponsor Clinical Trials, But Don't Directly Conduct Them

<i>Much of the news people hear about pharmaceutical innovation has to do with clinical trials. So I’m writing a series of posts about these trials, which underlie regulatory approval of new medicines.</i><p>The cost of developing medicines is a hot topic in health care. A recent Tufts study put the average …

Clinical Trials

This report is a must-read to diagnose ills of Canada’s health care

Just over a year ago, Health Minister Rona Ambrose announced, with some fanfare, the creation of the Advisory Panel on Healthcare Innovation.<p>The blue-ribbon group, led by Dr. David Naylor, former president of the University of Toronto, was asked to recommend the five most promising ways the federal …

There's a 'land grab' occurring in the healthcare industry

For PE firms, the fracking boom was nirvana. An eternal-growth industry. A big part of the money they poured into the scrappy oil & gas companies is now going up in smoke. Other industries are mired in a no-growth or shrinking environment. Chaos keeps breaking out in the international markets, most …

Are we being double-taxed? Why ObamaCare may render Planned Parenthood obsolete

With the inception of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) in 2014, President Obama created a new system of health care that aimed to allow all Americans to carry health insurance, and in many cases, that insurance is subsidized by the federal government with our tax dollars.<p>His sales pitch to America was …

Health Care

‘I was told I should be hanging from a tree’: Homophobia in UK hospitals

Healthcare professionals from across the UK have spoken to Stonewall about some of the shocking lapses within the healthcare system – including the …

LGBTQI

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Secondhand smoke more dangerous for teens: Study<p>Living in the city may not be heart healthy: Study<p>Is it safe to breastfeed while drinking …

Research

Beware of high fees from urgent care centers

Sallyann Johnson considers herself a pretty savvy health care consumer. When she fell and injured her hands and wrists, she didn’t head for an expensive emergency room, choosing an urgent care clinic near her Milwaukee home instead.<p>Before seeking treatment, she asked the key question: Did the …

To help small practices, vendors need to think like patients

Vendors need to think like patientsAt HIMSS15 earlier this year, patient engagement was everywhere—sessions, booths, interviews. It was the topic of …

Health Care Technology

Wednesday Sector Leaders: Utilities, Healthcare

In afternoon trading on Wednesday, Utilities stocks are the best performing sector, higher by 0.6%. Within the sector, NRG Energy Inc (NYSE: NRG) and AES Corp. (NYSE: AES) are two large stocks leading the way, showing a gain of 3.7% and 1.8%, respectively. Among utilities ETFs, one ETF following …

Why the gun lobby is trying to silence your doctor

<b>(sittipong, Evgeny Dubinchuk via Shutterstock/Salon)</b><p>The Second Amendment is creeping into healthcare<p>the editors<p>July 22, 2015 9:00am (UTC)<p>This article was originally published by Scientific American<p>We complain, in the U.S., that our doctors don't know us: office visits last only a few minutes, …

Guns

A Killer Toothache: How U.S. Dental Care Became a National Emergency

Kyle Willis had a toothache. What he didn't have was a job -- or health and dental insurance. Willis, who lived in Cincinnati, first visited a nearby dentist, where he was told one of his wisdom teeth had to be pulled. However, as an unemployed, single father, he had no way to pay for the procedure …

Health Care