A study ranked the best and worst states in America to practice medicine in, with the best state to be a doctor in is Iowa and the worst is in New York.
A 12-year-old daughter was freed from a six-pound tumor on our mouth that greatly affects her well-being.
To date, heart disease and cancer top the list as the leading cause of death over at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the one immediately following that could be something odd if the list is appended.
Pennsylvania has legalized medical marijuana. However, some doctors are still wondering how it will be implemented. And, if they were asked about the prescription, how would they start?
Congress were asked by a group of doctors and nurses to let the U.S. Centers for Disease Control research gun violence as a national public health concern, something that it has not done for more than two decades.
Fever and teething in infants are not always tied to one another, a new study is reporting.
Amid her continuing struggle with chronic Lyme disease since 2012, Real Housewives on Beverly Hills star Yolanda Foster took to the social media in expressing thanks to people who helped her in her painful ordeal with the tick-borne illness.
Nearly 38, 000 NHS staff and healthcare personnel participated in a nationwide 24-hour picketing in the UK causing almost 4, 000 healthcare services cancelled or postponed
The number of doctors that are trained to offer nutritional advice is fewer than one eighth, according to polls, reports Washington Post
HMO Consortium Kaiser Permanente is set to establish its own school of medicine that reinforces its integrated model of managed healthcare.
Young doctors who are in training have "unacceptably high" rates of depression, a new study reported.
According to recent research, the doctors who are obese themselves will not be able to convincingly encourage the patients to follow a healthy lifestyle. This is because they know that their patients will not take them very seriously
A new study identified the top five topics patients and their family members want in end-of-life discussions.
Genomic data could help doctors predict whether statins will benefit a patient or not, according to a new study. The study suggested that genomic data alone can explain around 15 percent of patients' responses to a cholesterol-lowering statin.
Teens were more likely to talk about certain health topics when they were offered the chance to speak with their doctors in private, a new study reported.