The International Diabetes Federation released its sixth edition of the Diabetes Atlas, which estimates that by 2035, 592 million people worldwide will have diabetes.
A new study found that women were less likely to orgasm during casual sex when compared to women in serious relationship.
Researchers reported that patients are greatly influenced by clinicians' beliefs and attitudes regarding lower back pain.
In a new review of published studies, researchers concluded that depression is the second most common cause of disability in the world.
Researchers found that childcare costs can cost more than a public university's tuition and fees in some states. http://childcareaware.org/
Researchers from Boston Children's Hospital created an at-home tool for individuals from six different states to monitor their risk of strep throat.
Mark Kirk, the senator for Illinois, climbed 41 stories in the Willis Tower during the annual Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago's fundraiser.
In a new study, researchers found that for diabetic patients, female doctors might be better than male doctors.
A new report of letters exchanged between the late William H. Taft and his doctor shows that the former president once struggled with his weight.
The NIH reported that for every week the government is shut down, nearly 200 patients will be turned away from new clinical trials.
China's latest law requires adults to visit and care for their aged parents or else they could potentially face court time for neglect.
Researchers found that minority groups were less likely to be diagnosed with ADHD and less likely to be treated if they are diagnosed.
Researchers found that drug shortages lead to a poor medical care for cancer patients.
A new study found that patients who are more involved with medical decisions ended up spending more time at hospitals and paid more medical fees.
A study reports that two out of five medical students had subconscious biases toward obesity.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.