Doctors on Wednesday shared a case study in the New England Journal of Medicine, providing more details on the case of a patient who died at their hospital after a fecal microbiota transplant, as well as a separate case in which a patient became severely ill from the procedure.
Life expectancy in the United States has decreased, while rates of obesity, drug overdoses, and health care costs overall have steadily increased, according to a new report from CDC's National Center for Health Statistics that spotlights the country's state of health.
A former Juul executive in a lawsuit filed this week alleged the company shipped one million "contaminated" mint-flavored e-cigarette nicotine pods to retailers, and then failed to recall the products and warn consumers.
The "sexy nurse" costume is one of the most popular Halloween costumes of all time, but real-life RNs warn that the costume perpetuates stereotypes about the profession and can contribute to workplace harassment, Allana Akhtar reports for Business Insider.
Providers have long sought to differentiate their sports medicine programs through sport-specialty clinics or programs tailored to particular demographics. However, new Advisory Board research shows that those approaches are not always effective at meeting intended goals. Here's when—and how—providers should aim for differentiation.