A standardized interdisciplinary clinical pathway to identify and manage frailty in older patients has reduced the rate of one of the most debilitating complications
About one in every 100 babies is born with some kind of developmental anomaly in the urogenital tract. In most cases abnormalities are mild, but sometimes life-long and even life-threatening disease develops.
Investigational vaccine designed to provide broad, durable protection from flu NIH/NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ALLERGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASES
A currently approved epileptic drug to treat seizures has been modified by a University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus professor and is currently being used in a clinical trial in Australia for medically refractory epilepsy.
Partitioning space into cells with optimum geometrical properties is a central challenge in many fields of science and technology.
The use of needles may be a thing of the past if current research has anything to say about it.
University of Minnesota researchers conducted the largest study of childhood cancer after conception by IVF to date
Yokohama, Japan 30 March 2019: Trips to the toilet at night are a sign of high blood pressure, according to results from the Watari study presented today
private insurance claim lines for services rendered via telehealth as a percentage of all medical claim lines grew 53 percent nationally,
The convenience of on-demand transport has become a creature comfort of our modern lives, but can easy availability of this transport system change the way we think about medical care systems?
The 21st century has gotten off to a roaring start, with exciting new digital technologies emerging every day to further connect us with one another.