The way we financially access healthcare in America is totally upside down, as evidenced by the many whose credit is ruined due to outrageous medical bills.
Have you heard of Juul? If you have a middle school or high school-aged kid, chances are that they have, and that they know friends already addicted to it.
An entirely new class of migraine relief drugs is likely to be approved by the FDA soon — and that’s a huge relief for the millions afflicted by them.
A new study shows that telemedicine is just as effective as in-person exams for detecting blindness in premature babies. Here’s why this is such a big deal.
Mistreated lower back pain isn’t just a source of chronic irritation for sufferers: it’s also adding fire to the country’s already blazing opioid epidemic.
A new study confirms what Crohn’s Disease sufferers already knew anecdotally: the artificial sweetener sucralose (Splenda) worsens their symptoms. Here’s what you should know.
A new study out of the University of Colorado shows the surprising benefits of touch when your partner is in pain or needs empathy.
Anti-depressant medications have some degree of stigma, with people claiming they don’t work or that they numb the senses. But for many people, they’re a lifesaver: and a new published study seems to confirm that they indeed work.
Aetna is under investigation for remarks made under oath by its former medical director, as he admits he denied care without reviewing medical records.
The CMA is calling for an investigation of Anthem Blue Cross after the company quietly pulls coverage for intravenous anesthesia during cataract surgery, calling it “unnecessary”.