Instead of getting both a Pap test and an HPV test to screen for cervical cancer, many women should get just one or the other at regular intervals
Science has come a long way to provide alternative methods to having children when the natural process just won't work
Older people want what everyone else wants: to live life on their terms, in the place and manner of their choosing. They want to live lives that matter to them and to others.
This study reveals what many primary care physicians already know â€" data entry tasks associated with EHR systems are significantly cutting into available time for physicians to engage with patients
From New Orleans to Houston to Florida, Experience Matters
Although hospices now serve more than 1.4 million people a year, this specialized type of care, meant for people with six months or less to live, continues to evoke resistance, fear and misunderstanding
Virus could potentially be used to treat deadly disease
It's no secret that those who practice healing or caregiving professions are at high risk for burnout
One-third of these falls are preventable, it makes addressing the issue even more integral
More than 80 percent of the patients who enroll stay for the entire program
Identifying victims and intervening poses challenges for doctors and nurses
"What they're doing is patently unethical."
"From what we're hearing, this will be a quantum leap more expensive than other cancer drugs"
For family members struggling with addiction, bottles of pills lying around the house can be hard to resist
To understand the effects of radiation and gauge its danger one needs to understand how we measure radiation
The successful use of Botox as a novel analgesic is providing renewed hope in patients with refractory chronic pain involving the trigeminal system
Researchers describe the relationship between obesity and depression as "bidirectional"
Death rates for older adults with asthma are five times that of younger patients
Unlike many solid cancers where new targeted therapies that are coming out every day, progress in AML has been extremely sluggish, until recently
In their quest to heal, they turn to expensive and sometimes painful procedures, and products that often don't work
Heart disease patients who become depressed are twice as likely to die within the following decade as other patients
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