In a new study, researchers estimated that health care-associated infections cost $9.8 billion a year.
Researchers found that for women diagnosed with breast cancer, white patients outlived black patients by three years.
Researchers suggests that a national level lifestyle change program can effectively help promote a healthier lifestyle and lower risks of diseases, such as type two diabetes.
A new study reported that each smoker costs an employer around $6,000 per year.
Indonesia introduced a pilot health insurance scheme in November last year which gave millions who previously were not covered, access to health care. As a result, hospitals have experienced staggering growth they are unable to satisfy.
According to a new report, some U.S. hospitals are deporting illegal patients back to their respective countries so that they can seek medical treatment there.
A report found that the elderly living in the Southeast region of the United States tend to receive riskier prescription drugs.
The army is still inefficient in dealing with soldiers' mental illnesses, specifically PTSD despite doubling the number of health professionals.