Science does not yet tell us why various therapies for low back pain benefit some individuals but not others. A researcher at the University of Washington School of Medicine reasons that if we could understand why some patients benefit from cer
The cost of insulin the United States has motivated one in four diabetes patients to skimp on insulin dosages to stretch the drug's longevity and accommodate their budgets, according to a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine.
It was supposed to be a routine six-month checkup after a mastectomy for breast cancer. When the nurse came back with blood work results, she looked worried. Mary Wimer’s cancer hadn't came back, but her diabetes had been discovered.