Needless to say, the idea that the US has a "free market" in health care is pure fantasy. The so-called safety net is huge, expensive, and dominates the industry. With so many Baby Boomers going on Medicare in the near future, and with continued ex
Privacy advocates have raised concerns about patients' data after Google said it would take control of its subsidiary DeepMind's healthcare division.
US states continue to expand Medicaid, and it's happening even in so-called "red states."
Vitamin D is an essential nutrient and one that can be synthesized by our body when sunlight hits our skin.
Currently, if someone has a damaged cornea (the surface of the eye), it's covered with a "bandage" made from the amniotic membrane of human placentas.
A new study explores a biological approach to directing nanocarriers loaded with protein "game changers" to specific cells.
When the retrovirus infects a host, it integrates its DNA into the DNA of the host cell, which allows the retrovirus to replicate itself and spread through the host. As more and more cells are infected, you become increasingly sicker.
Gerald, stood out among the rest and offered some great information on the treatment of spider bites (This information saved my vacation, at least, last year and we are starting to get a lot of hits on this story... that time of year I guess)
More than 175 million health care records have been breached since 2010, and they're getting more vulnerable every year, according to a new analysis published in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
When you think of turpentine, you probably think of a common paint thinner found in hardware stores.
A federal judge in Wisconsin has ordered that the government and its insurers must pay for transition procedures for transgender state employees.
Eagle, CO -- Fourth-grader Quintin Lovato suffers from epilepsy and Tourette's syndrome, and for most of his life, these conditions have made living a normal life nearly impossible for him.
According to a recent Reuters/Ipsos survey, 70 percent of Americans, including about 50 percent of Republicans, support Medicare for all, the latest incarnation of single-payer health care. Republican support for a health plan labeled "Medicare for