Ninety-four percent of nurses report that there's either "a lot" or "some" racism in their profession, according to a new survey. The primary area where racism is experienced by nurses is in their ...
Doctors often miss opportunities to get paid more when they sign insurance contracts to be in their networks. Experts tell how they can do better.
Protection is low without boosters, the authors of a new study find. The findings also have immediate implications for the more than 40 countries who have used the CoronaVac vaccine.
Over-the-counter cannabidiol products appear to improve pain, sleep, and anxiety disorders, preliminary research suggests.
Pharmacists can now refer people to the NHS weight management programme in an effort to tackle rising obesity levels and relieve pressure on general practice.
Two new studies find increased incidence compared to pre-2020 in Germany and at a single US center, but the reasons still aren't clear.
Even small amounts of alcohol have been shown to raise heart disease risk, the World Heart Federation says in a new policy brief calling for 'urgent and decisive' action to curb alcohol use.
Anti-vaccination activists say California's lawmakers are strengthening their movement nationally by pushing for tougher vaccine requirements. But a new pro-vaccine lobbying force is vowing to fight ...
The rise in nurse practitioner- and physician assistant-led care will not be undone, according to this doctor who sees it as a good thing as long as training and experience are not neglected.
Gender inequality remains a problem in academic medicine. Female oncologists are still underrepresented, and many perceive their gender impedes opportunities for promotion.