Our experts explain these changes, how to perform at-home exams, and why aggressive breast cancer may no longer be a death sentence.
Dr. Amy Finkelstein, a professor of economics, has a plan that aims to please both sides of the political divide.
Dr. Steve Levine explains how the treatment works and if the therapy will be covered by insurance.
Cases of HIV may be on the rise. Why is multiple sclerosis underdiagnosed in children? Should fathers drink during a pregnancy? And more.
Dr. Ricardo Nuila discusses why the safety net hospital model may be more effective than the standard, privatized healthcare approach.
Will the next generations have affordable healthcare? Then, do our eyes work better in the dark? And finally, your ‘natural’ skin products may be agitating your allergies.
As an ER doctor, Jay Baruch wears many hats. He’s a healer, listener, traffic director, and so much more during each shift. But in such a chaotic space, how can doctors maximize their time with patients?
The No Surprises Act protects patients from having to pay for emergency services at out-of-network facilities and other similar situations. Katie Keith describes why this law is necessary to protect patients.
Life-threatening, lifelong chronic diseases from infancy are at the top of the list of medical challenges. A woman who has dealt with cystic fibrosis her entire life discusses how mindset is often the biggest factor in living a full life with such a disease, and sets out her recipe for shoring up one’s approach.
Many people who need hearing aids never get them, in part because they currently require a prescription and expensive treatment. An expert discusses the FDA’s new proposed category of over-the-counter hearing aids.
A new analysis in the journal JAMA Network Open finds that most insurance companies are no longer waiving co-pays and deductibles for Covid hospitalization. Plus, a study finds depression rates are even higher now than they were in 2020. 17% of four and five year-olds get put on medication when diagnosed with ADHD. And finally, teenage girls have been …
An analysis finds vaccinations could have prevented more than 340,000 Covid hospitalizations in the U.S. A new study finds people with weakened immune system still get an immune response from Covid vaccination. And finally, turns out sugar is just as bad as high fructose corn syrup?