The pricing tool, embedded in physicians’ electronic health record, shows how much patients will pay out-of-pocket and allows the doctor to find a cheaper alternative.
If the lower court ruling is ultimately upheld, the case, Texas v. United States, has the potential to shake the nation’s health care system to its core.
The decline may be due in part to rising fear among their families in response to anti-immigrant rhetoric and federal crackdowns on unauthorized immigrants.
Clean eating or keto? Paleo or gluten-free? Whole 30 or vegan? Forget fad diets. Science has the answer.
Are the celebrities onto something with their IV vitamin cocktails? Let’s look at the evidence before rushing to the therapy lounge.
Only one in 10 dialysis patients survey were aware that their average life expectancy was less than five years.
Alcohol-free spaces offer social connection without peer pressure to drink.
In many other parts of the world counterfeit or “illegal” alcohol is common and a growing public health concern.
If you want to exercise more, start viewing yourself as an exerciser. Imagine yourself as fit. Fake it until you make it. Walk the walk
Those who respond most strongly see improvements of around 16%, that’s unusual. For the average person, improvements will likely be between about 2% and 6%.
Measles is worrisome to cancer patients because those receiving chemotherapy or recovering from a transplant may have weakened immunity.
A study found coffee boosts calorie-burning “brown fat” in mouse cells. But for humans to the benefit, they’d need to drink at least 100 cups of coffee.
Here are the seven most effective “nudges” that restaurants and grocery stores can use to help tackle the obesity crisis while remaining in business.
For Liz White, learning that her fertility doctor had substituted his own sperm for what she thought was from an anonymous donor was a punch to her gut.
Heroin and opioids continue to be the most common drugs associated with fatal overdoses, while deaths involving methamphetamine continued to rise sharply.