Nearly all doctors in a new study say they would go to work while sick with a cold, and more than a third say they would work if they had the flu
Retail health clinics found inside pharmacies and other stores should be used as backups to people's regular doctors, says a large group of U.S. physicians.
Florescent lotion and black light revealed that health care workers often contaminate their skin and clothing while removing their protective gear, researchers say.
Campaigners and a former official overseeing Asia's largest tuberculosis hospital in Mumbai say staff deaths there are being under-reported, highlighting India's growing struggle t...
Babies often suffer unnecessary pain in clinical studies, potentially breaching international standards for ethical research, according to a new review of the medical literature.
Measles is still a risk for travelers, regardless of destination, and vaccination remains the best way to prevent it, according to travel health experts.
Governments in low- and middle-income countries give some thought to access for devices that assist disabled elderly, a recent study suggests, but more attention is needed.
In a small study of hospitalized patients, those who felt ready to go home when they were discharged were more satisfied with the hospital and their caregivers than those who didn'...
A plan to ask voters to repeal a new California law tightening vaccination requirements for school-age children has fallen short of signatures needed to put the referendum on the b...
When you see your doctor, you want her complete, undivided attention— but how often do you get it?