Research suggests that patients and physicians should be aware of opioid use before elective operations such as hysterectomy and bariatric surgery.
Doctors are ordering too many liver-related blood tests at the same time, new research shows, which may lead to unneeded worry, biopsies and costs.
Black and Hispanic women are less likely to receive guideline-based care, especially at high-volume hospitals, according to a new analysis.
Sending a patient to an intensive care unit after a heart attack, or a flare-up of heart failure or COPD, may sound like the best option. But it’s not always the case.
A study including more than 4,000 people with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes — all under age 21 — revealed a troubling eye health trend.
Why do so many people, especially young adults, seek emergency care for mundane eye complaints? Researchers highlight the trend — and better options.