A National Academy of Medicine project is drawing together many medical organizations to try to address the root causes of burnout among healthcare professionals. Medscape Medical News
Martin Shkreli, the pharmaceutical entrepreneur serving a seven-year prison term for fraud, on Friday sued three former colleagues at Retrophin Inc for more than $30 million, saying they illegally ousted him from that company in 2014.
(Reuters Health) – Children who suffer adverse experiences like abuse and neglect may be more likely to have sleep problems in adulthood, a U.S. study suggests.
Psychologists have provided strong evidence that a certain region of the brain plays a critical role in memory recall. The research also shows for the first time that using an electrical current to stimulate that region, the left rostrolateral prefront…
The net benefit of sharing notes with patients could be significant because people not properly taking their medications costs the health care system about $300 billion a year.
Here are some creative ways to include this nutrient-dense seed into your diet!
Certain foods may help with the symptoms of ADHD, while others could worsen the condition. In this article, we look at which foods to choose and the research behind specific ADHD diets.
Structural changes and volume loss seen in gray matter can explain cognitive, clinical symptoms that are elusive on standard MRI in patients with primary progressive MS, researchers say. Medscape Medical News
Diuretics help people with heart failure reduce excess fluids that can cause shortness of breath, swollen legs, coughing and weight gain.
(Reuters Health) – People with diabetes may have better brain function if they follow a Mediterranean diet rich in fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, fish and healthy fats, a U.S. study suggests.
(Reuters Health) – Children who either played or watched a videogame that included gun violence were more likely afterward to handle a gun and pull the trigger, a new study finds.
Nearly 1-in-5 Americans believe they have experienced physician misconduct, but few report it to state medical boards, according to a new FSMB survey. Medscape Medical News
Pustules are large, pus-filled pimples. In this article, we discuss the causes and symptoms of pustules. We also look at treatments and home remedies to get rid of them.
Oral anticoagulation may have struck the right balance between stroke benefit and bleeding risk in systolic heart failure. Also, a stroke risk prediction tool may be more versatile than expected. Medscape Medical News
According to CDC data, more than half of all babies born at 23 weeks do not survive
They claim to make vegan burgers that would satisfy even a sworn carnivore. They also aim to save the planet by reducing the environmental impact of cattle farming. And, they’re becoming big business.
Neurons off-load toxic by-products to astrocytes, which process and recycle them.
Missouri’s only abortion clinic will stay open at least a few more days after a judge on Friday granted a request by Planned Parenthood for a temporary restraining order, allowing the facility to keep operating until a hearing on Tuesday.
College athletes playing water polo may sustain more head impacts than people have realized, a U.S. study suggests. Reuters Health Information
The new results are in line with a 2017 study that found that kids who watched movies featuring gun violence were more likely to handle and use guns.