Recent U.S. data compiled by the CDC documented that children and adults who received influenza vaccines had fewer severe infections.
A legal battle between a doctor and insurer highlight conflicts that can arise when settling medical malpractice claims.
MADRID – Cases are now being accepted for inclusion into a repository that will be used to develop and validate criteria.
SAN FRANCISCO – Suicidality in black men might not look the same as it does in other patients, Dr. Sarah Y. Vinson said.
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LOS ANGELES – Physicians appear to meet Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines for exercise, but they...
NEW ORLEANS – Two experts share best practices, clinical pearls.
PHILADELPHIA – Ideas for volunteering that beat packing penicillin in a backpack.
ATLANTA - Dr. Yadav Sapkota of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital discusses the identification of a genetic variant that is strongly associated...
NEW ORLEANS – Obesity and reactive airway disease are more prevalent in noninfected children of HIV-positive mothers.