Cardiac device wearers should keep a distance from smartphones to avoid painful shocks or device pausing, a study says.
Trying out the device will make patients more informed, a researcher said.
While the surgeon said the biggest challenge was the department was so new, but the procedure itself went smoothly.
Experts look at the financial impact of repealing Obama's healthcare law.
These cells affected motor functional recovery as well as sensory scores, bladder compliance, sensation and partial control, and daily life activities, reported researchers.
Patients glean the most from online education, a study shows, which means they're more aware, more prepared and more confident.
A filler used for cosmetic surgery could also help patients with facial paralysis.
This case could set a precedent for how telemedicine is approached by other courts.
Warnings of a fatal imbalance in the risk pool now look ill-founded, with money left over in a fund to protect insurers from costly claims.
This week, we were informed of some exciting products that have just been released to the market.
These 243 people, including 46 licensed medical professionals, were charged with fraud, which totaled about $712 million in false billings.
Surgeons could know while their patient is still on the operating room table if tissue is cancerous, researchers said.
A House vote repealed the tax on medical equipment, but it needs to be voted on by the Supreme Court and signed by the president before it's law.
This option can produce significant results, while also getting the patient out of the hospital and back to daily life sooner, a study author said.
The longer the drive, the less likely patients will return if there are complications. Normally, they go somewhere closer, increasing their risk, a study showed.