Poll shows only 29% of adults who take five or more prescription drugs have had a comprehensive medication review.
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Percentage of all child health spending that went to orphan drugs rose 65% in five years, while families’ portion rose even faster.
ECMO: Last-Resort Life Support Option Helped Majority of Critically Ill COVID-19 Patients Survive, Global Study Shows
ECMO outcomes study at experienced centers suggests key role for treating worst-hit patients as pandemic continues.
Screening, testing and treatment guidelines abound, but a new study could help pave the way for guidance about de-intensifying care in appropriate patients
A poll shows a lack of social interaction or companionship is more common among those with health issues, but neighbors, healthy habits and technology may help.
Key differences seen in brains of patients who responded to exposure-based therapy or stress-reduction therapy; new study seeks children and teens for further research