Biosafety experts reported that U.S. hospitals are unprepared to dispose Ebola-related waste safely.
According to a new study, when doctors missed a step in treating heart attack patients, mortality risk increased.
According to a new study, the longer people stay at the hospital, the more likely they will get infected with drug-resistant bacteria.
A respiratory virus could be sending hundreds of children to hospitals in the Midwest.
The researchers from the Yale School of Medicine found that women have worst health outcomes post heart attack in comparison to men.
According to health officials, the number of serious medical errors and other patient injuries has spiked drastically in Massachusetts acute-care hospitals.
A new study reported that one in six Lupus patients get readmitted to the hospital within a month after discharge.
The CMS removed public access to information regarding the incidence of eight "hospital acquired conditions" on the Hospital Compare website.
A new study found that fist bumping transfers fewer germs than handshaking.
A new study found that using ultraviolet cleaning can reduce the amount of superbugs in hospitals.
A new study found that 77 percent of super-frequent users of the emergency department have a substance addition problem.
A new study found that 31 percent of hospitalized patients in California have diabetes.
Obesity is associated with longer hospital stays and higher costs in total knee replacement patients, according to a new study. The condition is independent of whether or not the patient has an obesity-related disease or condition.
A new article by Consumer Reports found that hospitals are still performing too many C-sections.
A new report found that the average costs of cancer treatments increased from $5,000 in 2003 to $10,000 per month today.