Survey respondents cite cost and a condition’s prevalence as the most important factors in determining mandatory tests for infants, researchers find.
States must guide doctors in their new role certifying which patients are too sick to work or require caregivers, and take into account factors that could impact employability.
Just one-third of older Americans intend to donate their organs, a new study finds.
Hepatitis C rates have surged in the U.S. as drug use and opioid abuse have risen. A Michigan Medicine hepatologist reflects on the troubling trend.
Many Americans over 50 favor limits on painkiller prescribing, and those who receive prescriptions need more counseling about risks and safe disposal options.
The national health insurance program leaves many older Americans without adequate resources to properly maintain their sight, a new study finds.