The American Psychological Association recently released the first-ever set of guidelines for treating men and boys. The guidelines look critically at "traditional masculinity" and how it can potentially negatively impact males' mental and physical health.
The Chico Police Department suspect the mass overdose was caused by fentanyl used in combination with another substance, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from California, the District of Columbia, and Nebraska.
A federal judge in Pennsylvania on Monday issued a nationwide preliminary injunction that temporarily blocks a pair of federal rules that allow more employers to seek exemptions from the Affordable Care Act's contraceptive coverage rules based on moral or religious grounds.
FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb on Monday announced that the agency is bringing back about 150 furloughed workers to restart inspections of some high-risk food producers in the United States, such as those that produce cheeses, vegetables, and infant formula.
Between six and seven million people have been stricken with the flu so far this year. Here's how the current flu season stacks up to flu activity in recent years—and an interactive map that reveals how hard the flu is hitting your state.
Nurse leaders play a vital role in hospital care, but there aren't many who make it to leadership positions outside of the traditional CNO role, according to a NEJM Catalyst report. From biased colleagues to a lack of clear pathways, here's what's keeping nurses out of leadership roles—and three concrete practices you can use to get them there from Advisory Board experts.
While hospital leaders may discount labor and delivery as a lower-revenue service, a new Advisory Board survey conducted found that attracting expecting mothers can pay off by creating long-term hospital loyalty. Here's what providers need to know.
Writing for The Atlantic, Tommy Tomlinson gives an inside look at his life as a 460-pound-man in America—and how the weight loss journey is far more complicated than many health care providers realize.