Researchers in Saint Louis are examining the ways in which a drug already approved for multiple sclerosis could ease some of the pain associated with chemotherapy for cancer patients.
Docs might have to wait longer for Medicaid reimbursement, may incur costs for those denied cover
The brains of hyperglycemic patients with Type 1 diabetes produce elevated levels of the neurotransmitter glutamate, which may increase their risk of depression.
Electronic health record-related safety concerns involving both unsafe technology and unsafe use of technology persist long after "go-live," according to a study published online June 20 in the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association.
National initiative will help people answer questions about health coverage; take advantage of services
Lower levels may represent noninvasive diagnostic biomarker in medication-nave patients
Frequent prior hospitalization and National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale rating at admission may predict 30-day readmission after ischemic or hemorrhagic stroke, according to a study published online June 11 in the American Journal of Medical Quality.
Findings among patients with similar chronic neuromuscular disorders
Suggestions provided to protect the medical practice from legal action by terminated employee
Although many migraine sufferers can abort their headaches with over-the-counter remedies, a significant percentage of patients require prescription medication for relief.