The ruling dictates that, as of Oct. 1, coffee sold in the state does not have to include a label that warns of cancer risks, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Arizona, California, and Rhode Island.
Research suggests that the United States could soon face crises related to palliative and long-term home health care, as a palliative care provider shortage continues to mount and U.S. residents struggle to cover home health care costs.
A new report from the Health Care Cost Institute found the average price of an ED visit rose by 135% from 2008 to 2017. Explore the increases—and how they affected ED visits for more and less severe conditions—on our interactive charts.
HHS on Wednesday announced new restrictions on government-funded research involving human fetal tissue collected from elective abortions—a move scientists say could interfere with the development of treatments for HIV and other diseases.
When someone lacks self-confidence, "it's painfully obvious," Eric Ravenscraft writes for the New York Times. He rounds up the latest research and expert advice to offer five ways to build self-confidence.
North Carolina health officials on Friday announced they would investigate events between 2016 and 2017 at UNC Children's Hospital following a New York Times report on the hospital's pediatric heart surgery program. Hospital administrators said they had conducted a "thorough internal investigation" and determined that "criticism of the program was ... unsubstantiated."
Weight loss management can be frustrating for both patients and clinicians—but a recent study published in the Journal of General Internal Medicine reveals concrete ways that providers can improve their patients' odds of success.
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