Doctors at a British hospital were shocked when a patient complained that the clock in his ward had told him that his time was up.
A study conducted in New Zealand found that a large amount of children get hospitalized due to poor housing conditions.
A federal report stated that teenage Ecstasy use is on the rise in the U.S.
A federal judge sentenced a former Exeter Hospital employee to 39 years in prison for spreading hepatitis C in more than 45 patients in three states. This is one of the most egregious cases of misconduct by a medical technician.
Researchers at Kaiser Permanente found that diabetics who used mail order pharmacies visited the ER a lot less than diabetics who picked up their prescriptions in person.
Researchers found that poor lighting in hospitals could lead to more fatigue and pain.
A Los Angeles woman is suing an area hospital and her anesthesiologist for allegedly putting a mustache and stickers on her face during surgery. She claims that the prank violated her dignity and endangered her death.
The Behavioral Health Services at Bradford Regional Medical Center located in central Pennsylvania will start a rehabilitation program for people with Internet addiction.
An Ohio hospital is still fighting an Amish family's decision to stop chemotherapy for their 10-year-old girl.
Leaving the hospital against doctors' orders may put patients at risk of readmission or early death.
Researchers found that the Hand Hygiene Program created by the World Health Organization helped increase the percentage of hand hygiene in hospitals by 16 percent.
In a new government report, researchers found an overall 10 percent drop in hospital circumcisions from 1979 to 2010.
Researchers identified the leading cause of choking in children between zero and 14 is food.
Two African American nursing home employees in Michigan are accusing the medical care facility where they work of stopping them from working with a white patient who refused to be cared for by black people.
A new report reveals six steps for hospitals to help prevent heart failure patients from being admitted to hospital again in the 30 days after they're discharged.