Track record reveals need to reduce vaccine errors.
The Moderate to Severe Asthma Center of Excellence will provide news, expert commentary, and insights on challenging cases.
A patient on long-term immunosuppressive therapy experienced inflammatory myopathy in her leg muscle after getting a tattoo.
Orthopedic surgeons were bumped down to second in 2017-2018.
Unscientific survey by two senators indicates it’s not going to happen.
Solid teamwork among physicians and nurses not only makes for a smoother work environment, it also helps to reduce medical errors and lower the...
The organization will harmonize activities, set priorities, explore gaps, and find opportunities in NIH’s pediatric research.
States’ online reporting systems represent potential barrier to many recipients.
A study looked at the impact on smoking cessation of a prequit nicotine patch.
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NETT trial results showed the benefits of lung volume–reduction surgery for COPD.
E-cigarette flavorings are toxic to vascular endothelial cells.
Maricopa County, Ariz., had almost 3,000 unimmunized kindergartners in 2016-2017.
Disinfection guidelines for bronchoscopes may need revision.
NAMDRC Legislative and Regulatory Agenda Once Again Focuses on Patient Access.
The guidelines address sepsis/septic shock, ARDS, and major trauma.
Cardiovascular risk was studied in COPD patients treated with aclidinium bromide.
With the right education tool, patients can gain knowledge about their disease.
The outcome of a pending lawsuit could have a major impact on health care coverage in the United States.