A neuromodulator acts as a “pacemaker” for the pelvic zone, explains surgeon Suzzette Sutherland.
Insulin costs force some patients to choose between paying their rent or mortgage and buying medication.
Virtual reality technology helped a cardiologist understand a man's acute problem amid multiple past fixes for congenital heart deficits.
Facilities often fail to provide online content to patients with limited English proficiency.
In a study of mice, "flash" radiotherapy condensed minutes of treatment into less than 1 second, with no harm to healthy tissue.
Lisa Novak had been told that a coronary artery was too plaque-filled to be repaired with a stent. Turns out it wasn’t.
The top 10 JAMA articles of the past decade were designated as most important to clinical medicine and public health
Performance ranges from excellent to lackluster among the 58 nonprofits that manage donor-to-recipient organ transfers.
The idea is to create a therapy involving swabs of an entire healthy skin microbiome, as an alternative to antibiotics.
Cystic fibrosis treatment, Denisovan anatomy, and 3D organ printing were among the highlighted pursuits of last year.