Poor diet makes some health conditions much worse. For Rita Nguyen, that’s an invitation for hospitals to step into the kitchen.
Oregon’s Death With Dignity Act crosses the 20-year mark.
Team care and structural changes could vastly improve the recovery of older patients. Yet institutions that implement such approaches remain rare.
More children survive cancer, but infertility is often the cost. New techniques offer hope.
Helping patients in pain often means prescribing opioid drugs, which can be dangerous. New research looks into alternatives.
Troves of data are gathered during clinical trials, but most of it stays locked away. Could freeing it lead to new cures?
Early screening for disease saves lives, but research shows that some tests may do more harm than good.
The need for a U.S. joint replacement registry is urgent, but should the government or orthopedic surgeons control the data?
Attitudes towards hormone therapy have shifted toward a more nuanced approach.
Trouble with the protein may underlie most kinds of dementia, potentially including Alzheimer’s. New drugs could help.
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