Doctors are reporting a major step toward an “artificial pancreas,” a device that would constantly monitor blood sugar in people with diabetes and automatically supply insulin as needed.
Good, hard-working Americans shouldn’t be forced to contemplate leaving their chosen profession as they are with federal laws such as Obamacare.
Thousands of doctors and patients in Southern California and throughout the state filed a lawsuit Tuesday against one of the nation’s largest health insurers.
Many adults take one aspirin a day to prevent heart attacks or stroke. But a new study has found that only people at high or moderate risk for those diseases should be taking aspirin.
A new study finds search engines are the third-most consulted source for new physicians after professional journals and colleagues.
The final witnesses testifying for Dr. Conrad Murray will be fellow doctors. Addiction and propofol experts are expected to testify Thursday.
The largest group of doctors in California called on Monday for the legalization of marijuana throughout the state.
California’s largest industry group for doctors is calling for the legalization of marijuana even as it maintains that the drug has few proven health benefits.
Nonprofit group Public Citizen alleges that over 700 doctors who were disciplined by their hospitals or HMOs have yet to face any action from the state.
Doctors say the medical condition of a Bryan Stow is continuing to improve, and they’ve upgraded him from critical to serious.
A 26-year-old mother who lost her right hand in a traffic accident several years ago is reuniting with her doctors to show off her new donated hand.
If you’re sick or injured, researchers say you may be taking your life in your hands by going to the one place that can help you.
California has joined a whistleblower lawsuit that claims Bristol-Myers Squibb bribed doctors to prescribe its drugs, costing insurers millions of dollars.
Federal authorities charged more than 100 doctors, nurses and physical therapists in nine cities with Medicare fraud Thursday, part of a massive nationwide bust that snared more suspects than any other in history.
A new study finds that MRI scans and other imaging tests are often done more for the doctor’s benefit than a patient’s.