Research from Brigham Young University finds that quality of social media engagement and not social media usage itself may be the determining factor in its effect on young people.
Schizophrenia is often misdiagnosed, with potentially far-reaching consequences, but early referral to a specialty clinic for a second opinion can help alleviate the problem, according to a new study.
The use of technology enhances communication between a growing number of clinicians and their patients.
Maximizing the flow, function and aesthetic of emergency departments could be an effective way to improve the quality of emergent patient care.
Results presented at the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Annual Meeting 2019 show prostate cancer incidence and mortality rates are stabilizing or decreasing in many countries around the world.
Emerging studies are exploring the relationship between DNA and male infertility.
While sales volume from medical office building investments in 2019 appears to be down from previous years, recent data shows that these properties are still highly sought after in today’s real estate market.
A white coat and financial stability do not necessarily go hand in hand.
Researchers at Tohoku University have found a new form of targeted drug release for metastatic breast cancer patients using sound waves.
Researchers at Rice University have discovered what may become the most effective way to fight acute myeloid leukemia.
In rural America, physicians are in high demand and short supply. Hospitals are using a multitude of creative methods to recruit them.
High demand and low supply for primary care physicians impact recruitment packages and benefits.
Almost 75% of surveyed healthcare organizations will invest in cost transformation technology over the next two years.
More than 90% of physicians surveyed by the American Medical Association (AMA) say that prior authorization (PA) delays access to necessary care.
The lateral extra-articular tenodesis (LET) procedure, when performed in conjunction with ACL reconstruction, may reduce young athletes’ risk of graft failure and reinjury, according to a recent clinical trial.