A person's chance of surviving cardiac arrest is significantly higher if a bystander calls 911 and applies chest compressions.
The emergency medical response service, one of the nation's first, started with outreach by Dr. Cobb to the Seattle Fire Department.
Based in Soldotna, Alaska, it is the first accredited rural residency training program in internal medicine of its kind in the United States.
To prescribe pre-exposure prophylaxis against HIV for a patient, doctors must use the code that denotes “high-risk homosexual behavior.”
The heart gets all the attention, but the brain plays a big role in creating feelings of attraction and other emotions, a neuroscientists says.
Efforts by acute-care teams to reduce glucose readings of patients with diabetes may do more harm than good, an analysis suggests.
Worldwide study shows COVID vaccines and boosters reduced the risk of severe COVID-related disease in pregnant women by about 76%.
A palliative-care specialist discusses his role with terminally ill patients who want to hasten death by not eating or drinking.
Inpatient-outpatient cognitive behavioral therapy pilot prioritizes people who have been involuntarily committed.
Many patients with end-stage kidney disease hear about in-center blood-cleansing, but not about the DIY approach at home.