Talking through bad news can be good for the doctor-patient relationship, research shows.
A new approach to studying mindfulness-based interventions can help ensure that scientific evidence backs the claimed benefits of the practices—and potentially make them more effective.
How young children use screen devices, rather than how much time they spend using the devices, may be the strongest predictor of emotional or social problems connected with screen addiction, new research suggests.
Using data from a 2008 outbreak of one of the most feared “superbugs” and modern genetic sequencing techniques, a team successfully modeled and predicted the way the organism spread among dozens of health care facilities.
Anne Cornwell considered two drastic strategies in her quest to get affordable health insurance premiums last year for herself and her retired husband.