Thirty thousand women in the U.S. are hospitalized each year due to heart attacks, with women between ages 30 and 54 being hospitalized longer and with worse outcomes than men of the same age.
U.S. News and World Report is out with its annual Best Hospital rankings.
A new Washington University study is looking for a way to lower cardiac problems from diabetes in the African American population.
300 volunteers here will get either pills or injections in addition to taking metformin, the most commonly prescribed medication for Type 2 diabetes.
Mary Elizabeth Beary says her father had been suffering from stomach pains for six months but was misdiagnosed.
That means a head injury, even from a small fall or an auto accident, may cause abnormal clotting in the brain or damage to the brain’s blood vessels.
A Kansas State University researcher is adding to a growing body of research showing the health risks of spending a lot of time on your duff.
The AAP recommends giving insulin shots almost immediately in children who are diagnosed with markedly high glucose levels.
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This week Paul Reyes, Express Scripts Pharmacist, discusses new year’s resolutions, generics and chronic medical conditions.