Physicians routinely prescribe drugs for uses not approved by the FDA. But should drug reps be allowed to tout those uses?
With his creation of the American College of Surgeons 100 years ago, Franklin Martin introduced a vital aspect to surgery: regulation.
Nobel Prize-winning economist Kenneth Arrow discusses the current state of the health care industry.
Insurers attribute higher premiums for women than men of the same age because of the increased cost of women’s care.
Solutions to the shortage of home health workers can’t wait much longer.
To quarantine or not to quarantine? To this day, difficult public health case Typhoid Mary still begs the question.
Hospitals are bulking up again, using acquisitions to try to become more efficient. But will consolidation improve care, or hurt it?
Many doctors and patients still swear by an annual visit. But this expensive habit may not be the best way to head off disease.
Hospitals around the nation have adopted ways to help alleviate delays in operating rooms.
Economist Larry Summers argues that, despite the need to limit government spending overall, health research must remain a top priority.
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