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Are questions about drug approvals on-topic?

Are questions about drug approvals on-topic? E.g. Biafine is a topical non-steroidal medication, which has been used use in France for over 25 years. Why did the U.S. Food and Drug Administration ...
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Linking Personal Close Reason to DoctorWhom's answer

Currently, our close reason for personal medical advice links to this Meta question However, DoctorWhom's great answer seems to be better suited. Can we alter the link of the close reason to this? ...
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Is asking questions about a particular health dataset on-topic?

Is asking questions about a particular health dataset on-topic? I know they are on-topic on OpenData.SE, but I am curious to know whether they are allowed in in this Stack Exchange. Examples: ...
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Are questions about med school on-topic?

There is a question in Academia about the ranking of med schools: Does it matter where you go to medical school?. Does this question on-topic? We agree that question about health care system are on-...
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What is our stance on questions about asking for a specific number?

What is our stance on questions about asking for a specific number? Are they on-topic or off-topic? Example: Question: Number of MRI scanners in the world today? How many MRI scanners are ...
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Question about a biological process as opposed to medical practice

Why is my question a typical clinical question as AliceD said? I asked about the condition in itself and its causes and not about its treatment/prevention/hygiene( medical practice is only secondary ...
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How can this question be more on topic?

I am not looking for a diagnosis or treatment. I am just inquiring on the benefits of snot. Can some tell me what wording I should use to be on topic? Do you swallow or spit?
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Why is the question asking for textbooks on sexual physiology too broad?

Are there any textbooks about sexual physiology and practices? This question is closed as too-broad and perhaps self-help, but I'm unable to see how. Can you explain it to me?
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Does this site accept relationship questions?

Since Health Stack Exchange is about health, does it accept questions on relationships as a part of psychological help?
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When should a question be transferred to Chemistry.SE?

I've just asked a question that one could argue should be migrated to Chemistry.SE. What is the community's stand on that? Should we accept questions regarding drug metabolism and interaction of ...
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Blood Test Results

Recently, there have been two questions on blood test results. First of all, I think stating whether numbers "look good" or recognising problems falls under the diagnosis part, which we opted is not ...
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Can the answer suggest a supplement which is not in the first line of therapy?

Since my answer has been removed and probable reason includes that: You are prescribing appetite suppressant where the first line of therapy is dietary modification and exercise. Also they are not ...