Dr. Redfield, a Baltimore AIDS researcher and advocate for medication-assisted therapies to treat addiction, will take over the public health agency.
Women with breast implants have an increased risk of a type of lymphoma that can usually be cured by surgery alone — but not always.
The mumps resurgence has been largely in people 18 to 29, most of whom received the recommended two shots in early childhood.
Experts are asking the medical profession to stop offering ineffective and potentially harmful treatments.
A growing number of museums bring stimulation and solace to dementia patients through regular tours.
Whether you are a fast metabolizer or slow metabolizer of caffeine can determine whether it helps or hurts your athletic performance.
Unions back a deal that gives NHS staff a minimum pay rise of more than 6% over three years.
However, inspectors conclude it still “requires improvement” in some areas.
South Africa’s largest manager of medical schemes, Medscheme, has recovered over R107 milllion claimed fraudulently and through waste or abuse and more than R300 million in reduced claims through forensic interventions.
“Using the company’s robust data analytics system, Medscheme was able to identify claims that fell outside the average patterns. Investigations into these claims confirmed...
People guzzle this stuff like it’s water.
Experts say it may be down to a greater awareness of egg donation and more donors coming forward.
Biscuit the robotic dog responds to touch and speech to help people with dementia.
After a report in The Times, the National Institutes of Health will examine whether health officials violated government policy by soliciting donations to fund a study of moderate drinking.