Research shows that a mind-body approach to chronic pain can result in a decrease in pain similar to what one might find with opioids.
Physicians have a long history of inventing devices that advance medicine and save lives, but questions have been raised about how they should be compensated for these contributions.
There is persuasive evidence that UVA is an important driver of UV radiation-mediated sun damage to the skin, but many sunscreens are biased toward protection against UVB.
Communication failures are a contributing factor in 27% of medical malpractice claims. Eliminating them could reduce medical errors and patient injury.
Facing a painful death from incurable cancer, Brittany Maynard moved to Oregon so she could control her destiny & die with dignity. Why do so few states allow this?
Proposals that would change Medicare into a voucher program, also termed premium support, will harm the popular program and the people who rely on it.
Today, after nearly three-quarters of a million American citizens have been tragically taken from us, we are at now at a place where we can finally bring an end to AIDS. Medical and diagnostic advances are helping make this vision a reality.
In order to help patients implement consistently healthy strategies, doctors must increase the number of touchpoints with them outside of office visits.
A FasterCures conference motivates an autoimmune activist to call for moving from problem identification and awareness to rapid implementation of action plans.
While it may seem harmless to go on a fad diet for a week or two, that is still enough time for your body to be negatively affected in the long run.
Opioid addiction is the cancer of our generation—it is progressive and often rapidly fatal. Why should we give up on it?
Some studies are finding that prescribed marijuana, especially for pain issues, can help prevent an opioid addiction from developing in the first place.