Wariness of the medical system is thwarting efforts to understand and treat Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia in black patients today.
Heightened awareness of the link between pregnancy complications and heart disease is prompting greater outreach to the public and collaborative research between cardiologists and obstetricians.
Young adults were among the biggest beneficiaries of Obamacare.
A "boot camp" teaches people caring for patients how to manage stress, make their homes safe and handle difficult patient behaviors.
More than 1 million people get severe sepsis each year in the U.S, and up to 50 percent of them die from it.
Hospital-acquired infections are a serious and potentially life-threatening problem in hospitals.