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Millions of Americans have an abnormal heart rhythm, or cardiac arrhythmia, but monitoring these cases can be cumbersome.
Regenerative medicine is a thriving sector, for good reason: This evolving field is offering exciting opportunities for hope and healing.
Low pay and overwork force medical graduates to switch to other professions, Financial Times reports.
Organ transplants set new record in 2016. Sadly, it is due to a spike in deceased donors from drug overdoses.
It's not the first U.S. death from a near-ultimate superbug, but it's a reminder that unkillable bacteria are evolving and spreading, NBC News reports.
"Sugar Goggles," a virtual reality game, is hoping to encourage children to make healthier eating choices and adjust eating habits.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act might mean lost jobs, longer workdays and delayed retirement, NBC News reports.
One estimate says that nearly 30 million people would lose health coverage if Obamacare was partially repealed.
About 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. New FDA-approved tech devices that disrupt pain signals offer a solution.
Sheryl Skolnick, Mizuho Securities, discusses her concerns surrounding the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, and what it means for hospital stocks.
Every American can play a role in fixing the broken health-care system. How? Refuse to pay medical bills until hidden costs are revealed.
Most retirees depend on Medicare, but it's not a one-stop program, and it requires a lot of research. Here's what you need to know.
With Medicare benefits at risk under the Trump administration, here’s what you need to know about why this could impact more than just the Americans under the Medicare umbrella.
A trial has shown that a non-surgical method of treatment for low-risk prostate cancer can kill cancer cells and preserve healthy tissue.
Inpatient stays rose more than 64 percent and emergency department visits jumped almost 100 percent from opioid misuse.
Looking to improve your overall well-being? These apps can help you keep tabs on your health while reducing stress.
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