Wisconsin reports first-ever Rocky Mountain spotted fever death
The state Department of Health has issued a warning after the first-ever death in Wisconsin from Rocky Mountain spotted fever.
Why Randomized Trials for Proton Therapy Are Difficult to Complete (And What We Can Do About It)
Commercial insurance medical policies that do not cover treatment with proton therapy can make it difficult for patients to participate in...
Don’t Be Afraid of Pain
A neuroscience education program for those with back or neck pain led to better physical and mental health.
Graphic World Cup domestic violence ads highlight abuse spike during soccer tournament
As World Cup fans gather to cheer on their team, powerful ads are targeting soccer aficionados to bring their attention to another issue – domestic...
Physician burnout a key driver of medical errors
Burned-out doctors are more likely to make major medical errors, regardless of workplace safety measures, new research shows.
Babies who start solids sleep better, study finds
Babies who start on solids at three months sleep better than infants exclusively breastfed until six months of age, according to a new analysis of...
PTSD raises heart and stroke risk in World Trade Center cleanup crews
More than 16 years after cleanup was completed at the site of the September 11, 2001 attack on New York City’s World Trade Center complex, many who...
Enabling Technology in Cell-Based Therapies: Scale-Up, Scale-Out or Program In-Place
Technologies that are reducing costs and changing the ways in which researchers and clinicians process and use therapeutic cells are showcased in...
ACA Credited with Earlier Diagnosis of Gynecologic Cancers in Young Women
The gains in insurance coverage with the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) have already translated into improved health for young...
Dad impaled by 40-pound spear miraculously survives 'mind-boggling' injury
An Idaho dad is lucky to be alive after a 40-pound bay hale spear pierced through his back and exited out of his stomach, missing his aorta and...
Pfizer to Postpone Some Drug Price Increases, After Criticism From Trump
The company said it would roll back increases that took effect July 1 to give the president a chance to work on his “blueprint” to lower prices and...
Phys Ed: Dog Walking Is Good for You. Provided You Do It.
Two new studies may offer novel ways to promote dog walking and its myriad benefits, even to people without a dog.