A post-COVID malaise has hit many youngsters going back to classes. Here are suggestions about how to respond.
After a study showed efficacy of 2 treatments, funding comes to make them available to patients at 87 dialysis centers.
They are in many food products as well as toothpaste, throat lozenges and sugar-free gum.
Removing dosing guidance from a guideline summary takes a valuable tool from prescribers, says Dr. Mark Sullivan and pain-medicine colleagues.
Q&A: A pediatric dermatologist sees global warming's effects in his patients: "Everyone is affected, but not equally."
Trained in emergency medicine, a stint at the CDC sparked a doctor's lifelong interest in climate change.
Authors say resources can be allocated based on this first analysis to estimate the number of people of all ages with the vision disease.
Scientists trace brain activity and skin patterning during active sleep in these invertebrates.
The FDA should amend its buprenorphine dose limit, which is outdated, according to a recent literature review.
Q & A with UW Medicine experts in immunology and microbiology offers a summer outlook on COVID protection.