Allergies can be fatal if they are not treated immediately and correctly.
A study reveals that most of the hospitals have failed to notice the severity of the patients who were admitted during the weekend.
Some women today are deciding to give birth at home instead of in a hospital, and though perinatal death risk is higher, statistics show that it is still low.
Babies who are extremely premature run a much higher risk of developing autism.
New findings published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal (CMAJ) show that women with low-risk pregnancies who plan to give birth at home with the help of a midwife should be safe-with no increased risk of harm to the baby when compared to a planned hospital visit.
Terminally ill patients who die at home may go more peacefully than those who take their last breath in the hospital, according to recent findings published in the journal BMC Medicine.
A supercomputer in Boston can accurately predict the death of a patient with a 96 percent accuracy rate.
New findings published in the journal Pediatrics show how medical staff treat patients can ultimately influence the performance and quality of care they receive.
Foodborne illnesses are more common than you think.
Researchers at the University of Adelaide have discovered promising signs in stem cell therapy that may be effective in preventing and treating inflammation via transplant recipients. The findings are published in the journal Stem Cells, which are expected to eventually lead to new treatments for tr...
New research examines the potential for a pneumonia breath test. Researchers found that chemically analyzing breath specimens from patients in intensive care can help reveal bacterial infection in the lower respiratory tract of ventilated patients at risk of infection.