Health Care News and Research

RSS
Existing Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders (DNR) for children should be reevaluated when the child requires surgery

Existing Do-Not-Resuscitate Orders (DNR) for children should be reevaluated when the child requires surgery

Cardiac surgery mortality rates continue to decline

Cardiac surgery mortality rates continue to decline

Self-confidence workshops improve depressive symptoms

Self-confidence workshops improve depressive symptoms

Canadian experts gather to address emerging issues in immunization

Canadian experts gather to address emerging issues in immunization

Life expectancy at 65 is now 81.6 years for men and 84.5 for women

Life expectancy at 65 is now 81.6 years for men and 84.5 for women

Study shows gender differences with tatoos and piercing among college students

Study shows gender differences with tatoos and piercing among college students

More than 11 million children in developing countries die every year from preventable illness

More than 11 million children in developing countries die every year from preventable illness

Study will help cancer survivors treated with radical hysterectomy regain their sexual health

Study will help cancer survivors treated with radical hysterectomy regain their sexual health

System helps physicians prevent radiation-induced skin injuries to patients

System helps physicians prevent radiation-induced skin injuries to patients

Pfizer submits regulatory filings for Revatio (sildenafil citrate) as a treatment for pulmonary arterial hypertension

Pfizer submits regulatory filings for Revatio (sildenafil citrate) as a treatment for pulmonary arterial hypertension

Direct cash payments to poor families improves the takeup of antenatal and infant health services

Direct cash payments to poor families improves the takeup of antenatal and infant health services

Study gives U.S.a 'C' grade for reproductive health

Study gives U.S.a 'C' grade for reproductive health

Benefits of weight loss may depend on alignment of affected leg, study suggests

Benefits of weight loss may depend on alignment of affected leg, study suggests

Rates of HIV/AIDS diagnoses steady in the U.S

Rates of HIV/AIDS diagnoses steady in the U.S

Student nurses need better understanding of people living in poverty

Student nurses need better understanding of people living in poverty

UK is well on the way to having the best healthcare system in the world

UK is well on the way to having the best healthcare system in the world

African Americans more likely to carry genetic variants known to stimulate inflammatory response

African Americans more likely to carry genetic variants known to stimulate inflammatory response

Simple and inexpensive interventions can cut the number of catheter-related bloodstream infections

Simple and inexpensive interventions can cut the number of catheter-related bloodstream infections

African-Americans and the poor with work-related back injuries clearly fare worse

African-Americans and the poor with work-related back injuries clearly fare worse

Nurses struggle to cope with violent patients

Nurses struggle to cope with violent patients