A study ranked the best and worst states in America to practice medicine in, with the best state to be a doctor in is Iowa and the worst is in New York.
The appalling statement is that in spite of all the advances in modern medicine - medical mistakes are still common even with good physicians and such negligence could deal a fatal blow in the end.
To date, heart disease and cancer top the list as the leading cause of death over at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the one immediately following that could be something odd if the list is appended.
The number of doctors that are trained to offer nutritional advice is fewer than one eighth, according to polls, reports Washington Post
The American Medical Association (AMA) Code of Ethics and other articles provide guidance for physicians in relation to public health emergencies, according to a new report.
Changing laws to make it more difficult to sue physicians for medical malpractice may not reduce the amount of "defensive medicine" practiced by physicians, suggests a new study.
A new study found that shortening the amount of residency training did not affect the quality of the physicians.
A new study found that physicians are more likely than people from the general public to be registered organ donors.
Researchers, in a new study, have highlighted the important role a diagnosing urologist plays in whether older men with low-risk prostate cancer receive treatment for their disease, and if so, the type of treatment they receive subsequently.
A new federal law will give patients direct access to their lab reports.
A new study reported that if nurse practitioners and physician assistants take on a larger role, the U.S. shortage of physicians would not be as bad as previously feared.
A new report revealed that the U.S. health care system relies heaving on foreign-educated and foreign-born workers.
The American Academy of Pediatrics stated that for sinusitis, a wait and watch approach could be more effective for the child than a course of antibiotics.
Because of the advances in medical technology developed in an effort to keep soldiers alive, Boston’s physicians were prepared to keep victims at the Boston Marathon alive.
Walgreens is no longer content to be your neighborhood pharmacy.
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