According to a new study, giving adrenaline to patients who suffered a cardiac arrest outside of a hospital setting does not boost survival rates.
Health officials reported that a second wave of the flu has sickened hundreds of people from New York.
A new federal report found that one in 25 patients who stay at a hospital will get an infection.
Most transgender patients report that they have had negative experiences in the hospital emergency department.
The CDC reported that the number of out-of-hospital births is the highest ever in 37 years.
A Leapfrog report found that fewer babies are being born via early elective deliveries within the U.S.
Zaheer Ali delivered his own baby after nurses deserted him at the hospital.
Acupuncture could help prevent fatal inflammatory disease, according to a new study.
A person if bit by a cat on hand might get hospitalized in need of a surgery, a new study has found.
A new study reported that home births are tied to an increased rate of infant death.
A new report found that even though tonsillectomies are considered routine, medications used during and after the procedure varies greatly.
Statin use may help prevent delirium in critically ill patients, according to a new study.
The American College of Emergency Physicians gave the United States an overall grade of a "D" when it came to emergency care.
A women who sued a hospital after she lost both her legs after a laparoscopic procedure went wrong has been awarded $62 million by a New York City jury.
It was a great comfort that was brought to the shocked and grieving family as they watched her compassionately being treated in her last hours.