Research shows workers feel they can’t discuss workplace problems, but that good management helps.
In an era where demand for medical services is outstripping supply, a good idea born in the 1960s is emerging as a medical innovation domestically and globally.
A study found that primary care provider ordering habits may result in higher healthcare costs versus the habits of nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
Anonymous online reviews of physicians are used to judge physicians, putting their careers and livelihoods on the line.
Profit motive—and scant evidence—propel dire warnings about surgical fumes.
Fidget spinners are toys designed to enhance concentration, but schools are starting to see them as a distraction.
In a first, a new comic book debuting this summer will feature a superhero with an extra 21st chromosome.
Managing post-op pain is a team effort—and who better to lead the team than a medication expert?
The arrival of Radicava for ALS marks the first new drug in the market for this rare disease since 1995.
The American Association of Family Physicians says that needs to change, and points to the kind of technology that actually enables better care.