An examination of medical ethics and the practioners who define them.
If we are not careful, disappointment can have devastating long-term consequences.
To reduce over utilization of emergency responders, fire departments are experimenting with a new, more comprehensive approach to home visits.
Determining the fees physicians get paid is anything but transparent and only serves to drive up health care costs.
Conflicts arise when a family does not wish to tell a sick person their diagnosis.
Women are the dominant users of antidepressants and there are many possible reasons why.
Superstitions impact many aspects of our lives, but they can have a profound effect in health care.
Not traditionally considered a part of health care, transportation plays an oversized role in the management of chronic disease.
Veterinarians and Human health providers often deal similar diseases and that would stand a better chance of treatment with improved communication between the two professions.