"With hospitals discharging patients after ever-shorter stays, more people are recovering and continuing post-operative care, or treating chronic conditions, with sophisticated medical equipment at home," The Wall Street Journal reports.
When Congress passed President Obama's health care overhaul, a critical compromise provision was that immigrants living in the United States illegally would not be allowed access to publicly subsidized health insurance.
A real-world study of the characteristics of second treated eyes in patients with neovascular age-related macular degeneration given ranibizumab in the UK National Health Service has shown that these eyes start off with better baseline visual acuity than first treated eyes and, despite a poor response to therapy, maintain this advantage.
If you don't suffer from dry eye syndrome (DES), chances are you've never heard of it.
A good night's sleep may be the remedy for a bad day at work, suggests a new University of Florida study on the unexplored relationship between job satisfaction and the shifting moods of employees.
Eczema Free Forever provides answers with practical, homemade and natural solutions, that the eczema suffering population in any part of the world can easily perform in the comfort of their home.
ABC News on December 27th, 2011 with Diane Sawyer featured "Reports of Acid Reflux Symptoms Double" and the epidemic in heartburn issues amongst the United States population, attributing the eating habits of the Baby Boomer generation as the primary cause.
Simon Fraser University research aimed at helping people get to sleep will be highlighted at an international sleep conference next week. Luc Beaudoin, an adjunct professor in cognitive science and education, created the mySleepButton app two years ago.