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Doc Accused Of Impairment Wins $3.7M For Unproven Complaint

A family physician whom a young patient's mother accused of being impaired at work has won his lawsuit against a Kentucky hospital.

How Electronic Health Records Preserve Patients’ Legacies In The Words Of Oncologists

It’s 10 p.m., do you know where your doctor is? I chuckle to myself, recalling a familiar public service announcement of the past meant to remind adults about the whereabouts of their children.

In Outpatient Vascular Care, Doctors Can Reap Huge Payments As Patients Risk Life And Limb

To move vascular procedures out of expensive hospitals, the government turbocharged payments to doctors’ offices. Instead of saving money, it started a boom that is making doctors rich and putting patients in danger.

The New Vaccine Your Patients May Not Want

Compared with the complicated and ever-changing recommended vaccine schedule for infants and children, vaccines for adults have been straightforward.

Why Are Female Doctors Sued Far Less Often Than Male Doctors?

A new analysis of lawsuits against doctors yields both surprising and anticipated results. Nearly one-third, or 31.2%, of U.S. physicians reported they had been sued.

Nose-Brain Connection: The Surprising Link Between Allergies And Mental Health Revealed

Artificially separating the body from the mind has been one of the biggest missteps of modern medicine. Over the last few years, we have increasingly read studies confirming the mind-body connection, the gut-brain axis, and now we are learning more about the nose-brain connection.

Deadly Fungal Meningitis Outbreak Linked To Cosmetic Surgeries In Mexico

U.S. officials said they are contacting people who recently underwent cosmetic procedures at two clinics in Mexico tied to a suspected outbreak of fungal meningitis that has killed two and sickened dozens.