A new study concluded that a commonly prescribed blood pressure drug does not increase risk of breast cancer.
Caregivers and teens have different knowledge regarding asthma management, a new study reported.
A former Google and eBay executive, Stephanie Tilenius, has created an app to help people manage chronic illness.
Experts expressed their concerns about a potential TB-diabetes co-epidemic. They are calling for international action to help curb diabetes.
Increased physician accessibility is linked to improved outcomes for patients with type 2 diabetes, a new USC study reported.
Ibuprofen is better than oral morphine for treating fracture pain in children, a new study concluded.
An Australian study found that healthcare expenses for stroke patients remain high even after 10 years.
A new study reported that black diabetic patients are three times more likely to lose a limb in comparison to other patients.
According to the World Bank Group, if the Ebola outbreak is not contained, it could cost up to $32.6 billion.
A new survey found that the majority of doctors and patients embrace the use of technology in medicine.
Since stress is inevitable, learning how to manage and deal with it can be helpful.
A new study reported that newly diagnosed patients with diabetes and depression can benefit greatly from mental health coaching.
According to a new study, people with diabetes who lived in poorer neighborhoods were more likely to lose a limb than wealthy diabetics.
The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatrics AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) has teamed up with the American Cancer Society (ACS) with the goal of finding ways to integrate pain management treatment at HIV/AIDS service centers throughout Swaziland.
According to a new evidence review, rehabilitation programs can greatly benefit patients with advanced cancer.