Preventing exposures to blood and body fluids is critical to preventing occupationally acquired HIV.
A new FDA approval has given women seeking long-term birth control an additional option.
Heritage Pharmaceuticals Inc. is voluntarily recalling 10 lots of its 150 mg injectable colistimethate and 3 lots of its 600 mg injectable rifampin following FDA observations of aseptic practices at the manufacturer's site that could potentially affect the products’ sterility.
What do Missy Elliot and Sia Furler have in common? Graves’ disease.
Four states are reporting recent progress on preventing pseudoephedrine diversion after implementing a real-time, stop-sale tracking system.
Even short-term treatment with nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs is associated with significant increases in bleeding and cardiovascular event risk in patients receiving antithrombotic therapy after a heart attack.
Although believed to be distinct, different psychiatric disorders may produce similar loss of gray matter in the brain.
Americans are fortunate to have abundant food sources, but the flip side is the country’s obesity epidemic.
A patient’s hospital readmission likelihood relies more heavily on community factors than care at discharge, according to a study published in Health Services Research.
If you suffer from migraines, you are not alone.
Various treatments for osteoarthritis can decrease pain and maintain joint mobility.
With proper treatment, individuals with atrial fibrillation can live normal and active lives.
Sore throats lasting longer than a week require medical attention.
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