Tularemia is a rare disease whose effects can range from mild to life-threatening, causing ulcers, gland inflammations, and in some instances, difficulty breathing.
A proposed rule would prohibit home health aides paid directly by Medicaid from having their union dues automatically deducted from their paychecks.
Four people from three separate meal parties that have reported illness after eating at Fremont Bowl from July 27-29, 2018. One of the ill people was hospitalized and has since recovered.
The question is whether a California ballot initiative to limit the profit of dialysis clinics will protect lives or end them.
The centers started as low-cost alternatives for minor surgeries. They now outnumber hospitals, and regulators OK’d ever-widening array of outpatient procedures
There is no cure for Alzheimer’s but there are many things that can be done to make life better for people with dementia and their caregivers.
Healthy first-time mothers whose labor was induced in the 39th week of pregnancy were less likely to deliver by cesarean section, compared to those who waited for labor to begin naturally.
Patients treated at local clinics. Toxic anterior segment syndrome (TASS) usually caused by exposure to contaminants in medications or on surgical instruments.
Some of these problems were not apparent at birth. The full range of long-term health problems caused by Zika will remain unknown until these babies mature.
Children, older people and those with respiratory illnesses such as asthma and COPD are particularly at risk of smoke-related health problems.
Prosecutors alleged that he used information he received while on the board of an biotechnology firm to tip off his son and others to sell stock before a damaging report.
The Three Cs – check, chill and cook – can prevent illness from shellfish.
This week, consumer advisor Michelle Andrews answers questions from readers who are concerned about Medicare and insurance for long-term care.
The AMA has thwarted public health insurance proposals since the 1930s. But the battle lines are shifting as younger doctors flip their views
The process of how ethanol gets from the glass into your brain is not straight forward. Let’s take a look at what happens after that first sip of alcohol.