Adults who increase their fitness level in midlife or maintain high fitness levels have lower heart failure hospitalization rates later.
Survey reveals discrepancies regarding beliefs about medical home leadership, admitting privileges and payment for clinical services.
Undergoing mammography for breast cancer once every two years rather than annually does not increase the risk of advanced-stage or large-size tumors.
A simple checklist can help primary-care providers evaluate the health risks that influence the longevity of older adults.
An automated data collection system enables public health officials to categorize online vaccine information as negative or positive, and by location.
Xofigo has been approved three months ahead of schedule to treat men with metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer.
The lawsuit involving Mark G. Midei, MD, and unnecessary stent procedures for St. Joseph Medical Center patients, has settled after six weeks of trial.
Senate Bill 1792 would change requirements for expert witnesses, and enable attorneys to question patients' subsequent healthcare providers.
High-fiber foods can prevent the occurrence of first-time stroke.
Most persons who stopped taking statins due to health events attributed to the drugs can tolerate these agents long-term when they try again.