The American College of Physicians is recommending doctors to skip the pelvic exam for healthy women.
A new study found that seven out of 10 patients who seek medical care for acute bronchitis get antibiotics.
If lectures are droning on, changing it up every 10 minutes with more active teaching techniques will be much help to students, according to a new study.
The Australian National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) has released a paper that concludes "there is no reliable evidence that homeopathy is effective".
A U.S. Task Force recommended healthy adults to avoid taking vitamin E and beta-carotene in order to prevent heart disease and cancer.
In a new study, researchers found that common knee surgery done to repair the meniscus might not be any more effective than fake knee surgery.
A new editorial stressed that multivitamins are a waste of money because they do not improve mental health or help prevent diseases.
A French drug manufacturing company reported that its emergency contraceptive drug, which is identical to Plan B, is ineffective for women weighing over 176 pounds.
A new study found that taking Vitamin D supplements might not help improve bone health in healthy adults.
Researchers found that the green coffee weight loss pill praised by Dr. Oz was ineffective in helping mice lose weight.
A large drug trial studying the effects of Gammagard in stabilizing Alzheimer's disease proved to be ineffective.
The U.S. Preventative Services Task Force reported that screenings for suicidal risks might not be as effective as previously thought.
Study reports that parents are more likely to ask for treatment despite being told that it would be ineffective if the diagnosis contains the word disease.
A new U.S. government report states that the flu vaccine is not effective for the elderly. According to the report, only nine percent of the elderly with influenza A benefited from the vaccine during this flu season.