Keyword: New York University Langone Medical Center
The yearly average for U.S. extreme weather events costing over $1 billion has shot up from 6.3 annual events between 1980 and 2012 to 12.6 annual events in the last five years, according to data from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
After talking to transgender patients who said they felt discrimination in healthcare settings, a doctor wondered how he could change that.
The ethical questions surrounding physician-assisted suicide are back in the headlines with President Donald Trump’s choice of Neil M. Gorsuch, who is on record as deeply opposing assisted death, to the Supreme Court.
Researchers believe subtle vocal changes undetectable to the human ear can help identify or predict certain difficult-to-diagnose diseases.
With the election of Donald Trump causing such uncertainty for the ACA's future, the healthcare industry needs great physician leadership.
Algorithms based on EHR data can help flag hospitalized patients at risk of heart failure, with the most complicated yielding the most accurate results, a new study finds.