Republicans remain adamantly opposed to healthcare law and possible additions.
The widespread fear isn't backed with science, a study said.
An expert reflects on the public opinion of antibiotics and the developing resistance by bactiera.
The possibility of rolling black outs made a facility reviews its power sources, and they turned to a jet engine.
Adding post-operative skin cleaning to a regiment helps reduce SSI rates.
Abortion clinics shut down by a 2013 state law could reopen, but no one knows for how long.
The tradition of stents is hard to break, a study says.
The hot topic of infection control was the theme of conversation this weekend.
Two antibodies have been found that neutralize the virus.
The court's decision means it could hear the biggest abortion case in more than two decades.
Smaller hospitals with less cases might have trouble meeting the proposed standards.
Outcomes were better for patients when the system was used, surgeons involved in a study found.
The new approach gives options to inoperable patients, but skeptics say more data needs to be collected.
One infection preventionist figured out just how much time they spent collecting data compared to the rest of their responsibilities.