Two former college students say they were punished when they didn't want to undergo the procedure.
Seven studies based off of registry data say anticoagulants could be being overused.
As part of Heart Disease Awareness Month this past February, Modular Devices made a list of advancements in medical technology since the 1950's.
Each year two million people in the U.S. contract antibiotic-resistant infections, and at least 23,000 people die as a direct result.
The infusions, which were comprised of donor bone marrow cells, helped treat poorly healing wounds.
Patients 80 years old and older have poorest post-op outcomes, but researchers say more monitoring and intervention could help.
Across Europe and Asia, there are 11 families who share a unique gene - one that makes them feel no pain.
The Supreme Court ruling on the ACA could wipe out health insurance for millions, and Republicans are talking damage control with 2016 elections potentially on the line.
After being slow to the draw during health crises, a WHO emergency response fund was approved.
Nearly all Americans are required to have health insurance, but they're choosing a cheaper method to get around the law.
As a surgeon, Dennis Fowler knew there had to be a better approach, so he and his colleagues designed a surgical robot. Years later, this design is planned to hit the US market in 2017.
Employee at hospital's billing company stole data like birthdays, Social Security numbers and names.
Mammograms are just one of the cancer screening procedures this association has taken a stance on.
Minimally invasive techniques and growing awareness about the benefits of joint reconstruction are two big drivers, the report said.