A commonly used drug was proven to cause irregular heart rhythms for children, which could be deadly.
Republicans met on June 17 to talk about what they should do about ObamaCare, and they could only agree on one thing - it needs to go.
Although democrats oppose this idea and President Obama has already made it clear he would veto the idea, republicans have proposed the change.
Republicans in both the house and senate plan to temporarily continue subsidies if court decision voids them.
The House and Senate discussed their options on June 17 so, if the Supreme Court voids the subsidies, people aren't impacted right away.
Most pain management approaches don't succeed after animal tests, but this new method has.
More than 60 percent of patients diagnosed with early-stage breast cancer chose to have breast-conserving therapy, as opposed to a mastectomy.
A new color coded imaging technique could help surgeons determine what is tumor matter and what isn't during surgery.
A researcher said knee surgeries for middle aged and older adults are associated with "small benefit" and "serious harm."
Preventative maintenance plans can benefit an operating room, but it's important all stakeholders are informed, an expert said.
This new tissue scaffold technology could encourage the development in other areas of biotechnology, researchers say.
NuCART is an all-in-one equipment manager, visualization and ergonomic mobile boom system.
The Emerging Leaders Financial Management Series will teach key concepts in managing the financial performance of perioperative services.
A mix of antibiotics and monitoring meant patients didn't have to go under the knife.
Electromagnetic radiation can interfere with medical equipment and possibly lead to clinical consequences for patients.