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The latest miracle machine in modern medicine—the use of which has skyrocketed in recent years—is saving people from the brink of death.
With direct-to-consumer genetic tests becoming increasingly popular, physicians should expect questions from their patients about those results.
The Department of Health and Human Services and NASA are working together to study health concerns, plus more healthcare headlines.
A lot of patients aren’t completely honest with their doctor and withhold medically relevant information from clinicians, according to a new study.
Seven New York hospitals have agreed to settlements for restitution, plus costs, after billing rape survivors.
HHS Secretary Alex Azar said he'd be open to allowing the CDC to study gun violence; one senator wants to know when.
Healthcare organizations looking to increase patient capacity must find ways for nurse practitioners to provide primary care.
Care gaps continue to persist for transgender patients, but they are amplified in hospital emergency rooms, writes an ER doctor.
Proponents of mHealth apps often say the tools can help cut patient treatment costs by streamlining care, but there's scant evidence to support such assertions.
Hospitals looking to up their patient satisfaction game should ensure that family and visitors have a positive experience. Artificial intelligence may someday help.