First-time moms should start pushing during childbirth as soon as they're fully dilated, according to a new study published in JAMA—upending the standard recommendation that women delay pushing for about an hour after dilation.
CMS' proposed rule would require prescription drugmakers to include their products' list prices in direct-to-consumer television advertisements, but Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America says the proposed rule raises legal questions
Before nearly dying of influenza in early 2017, Latasha Haynes, then 34, had never received a flu shot—a story that experts say is all too common the United States, where vaccination rates remain low, Robyn Correll reports for the Washington Post.
To encourage frontline staff to report compliance violations, Johns Hopkins University and Health System teamed up with the University of Cambridge to transform a "culture of fear" into a "culture of safety," Maria Castellucci reports for Modern Healthcare. Here's what they did.
Acquisitions of orthopedic practices by private equity firms are projected to increase over the next five years, which will lead to further consolidation of the hip and knee replacement market, according to a report by investment bank Edgemont Capital.
Many supplements marketed for muscle growth, sexual enhancement, and weight loss contain unapproved or recalled pharmaceuticals that have "the potential to cause serious adverse health effects," according to a recent study in JAMA Network Open.
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