Over the last three decades, meaning in life has emerged as an important question in medical research, especially in the context of an aging population.
A blog post on the Global Health Council's "Blog 4 Global Health" discusses the meaning of language linking health and human rights.
As the president renews his call for people -- especially African Americans and Latinos -- to enroll for insurance coverage, news outlets detail what is actually known about who has already signed up.
Republicans are holding up a Missouri ballot measure, which voters approved with 71% support, to reject a key health overhaul provision as evidence that the public does not like the law, The Washington Post reports.
Autonomy Corporation plc, a global leader in infrastructure software for the enterprise, today announced the availability of the Autonomy Meaning Based Healthcare (MBH) platform, a comprehensive set of clinical diagnosis and information governance technologies designed to help Healthcare Delivery Organizations (HDOs) provide higher quality care at lower costs.
You can grasp a hand. You can also grasp a concept. One is literal. One is metaphorical. Our brains know the difference, but would we be able to understand the latter without the former?
Both insomnia patients and normal sleepers define sleep quality by tiredness upon waking and throughout the day, feeling rested and restored upon waking, and the number of awakenings they experienced in the night.
Along with integrity and compassion, respect for patients, colleagues and other team members is an essential attribute of medical professionalism. A new study examines how medical students learn respectful or disrespectful professional behavior.