It is important to take the right preventative steps now to avoid health problems later on life. However, sometimes it is difficult to pinpoint which health problems will be the biggest stumbling blocks for you in the future.
The U.S. News Best Hospitals report as well as other sources such as ratemds.com can be useful tools to help steer you towards the best hospitals.
As your children head back to school this fall, don’t forget their shots. While the flu shot has received a great amount of publicity, doctors are beginning to worry that shots for bacterial meningitis will fall by the wayside
The family of a Newport, MI man who died in 2002 after receiving a morphine overdose at a local nursing home has won a $4.85 million civil judgment against the facility.
During the time of the Cold War in the 1950s, doomsday shelters were common. Indeed, it was just as normal to have an underground doomsday shelter in your backyard as it was to have a kitchen in your house.
Many of us fear going to the dentist—the drills and consequential pain that we may experience after the appointment can make any of us quake at the thought of a dental visit. However, it is important to have regular checkups and cleaning.
Wal-Mart recently announced that it would begin using advanced electronic ID tags in its underwear and jeans, a move that the company claims will assist in controlling inventory.
Yesterday I wrote about the difficulties that women face in getting the right diagnosis from their doctor. But women aren’t the only ones facing this problem—in fact men face many of the same issues.
"I will prescribe regimens for the good of my patients according to my ability and my judgment and never do harm to anyone." Many of you probably recognize this famous quote as part of the English translation of the Hippocratic Oath.