“The shortage of Shingrix appears to be due largely to an unprecedented demand for the drug.”
With a mission of patient protection and doctor rehabilitation — not punishment — California’s medical board and those in other states make decisions under laws and norms that can seem discordant in the #MeToo era.
Dave Heidelberg is retiring.
Certified registered nurse anesthetist from Norwalk being honored at annual congress in Boston.
Early detection and treatment of diabetes can decrease the risk of developing more serious health issues.
Among sexually transmitted infections, the most prevalent are chlamydia followed by gonorrhea and syphilis.
Legislation now goes to the Ohio Senate for further consideration.
“Unfortunately, the future will most likely bring many more changes and the cost of health care for you — the consumer — probably will not diminish.”
Fisher-Titus Medical Center introduced Meds-to-Beds service in April.
Screenings will be performed by two general surgeons who are trained in minimally invasive robotic-assisted hernia surgery.
Three local fifth-graders recently were awarded prizes for their winning entries submitted to the “Tobacco-Free” Bookmark Contest.
The nerve-related pain reliever was involved in more than a third of Kentucky overdose deaths last year.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging men and women born between 1945 and 1965 to get tested for Hepatitis C in May.
Healthcare providers and patients prioritize medication over device when selecting treatments.