When offered a raise, hundreds of physicians in Quebec just said no. Or at least they've signed a petition protesting the recently negotiated pay hikes.
A mathematical model from Rutgers and Stanford researchers explains how selfies provide distorted facial images and contribute to skewed self-images.
Northwell Health has installed a French-born, Michelin-honored chef to oversee all its kitchens and improve food quality.
Bill Schluter started crocheting to help recover from his short-term memory loss. He crocheted his way through chemotherapy and is now cancer-free.
Google researchers announced that their new artificial intelligence algorithm can predict heart disease by scanning the patient's eye.
New York Times science writer James Gorman searched a biomedical journal database, and found more than twice as many results for dog studies, with cats scoring 139,858 results.
With a bit of help from CT scans at a UC San Diego Health hospital and 3-D printing, an injured sea turtle is thriving again.
A Seattle TV station bought $1 million worth of medical debt that belonged to people in its viewing area, and the station doesn't intend to collect.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center radiologists can now say they've made a contribution to art history. The team used a CT scanner and 3-D printers to view and recreate what's inside of sealed molds of 19th century artist Augustus Saint-Gaudens.
The viral Facebook post, now shared more than 578,000 times, shows a petri dish swarming with fungi and bacteria collected in an enclosed hand dryer in a women's bathroom.
Dignity Health is eliminating plastic straws from its cafeterias thanks to a push from a 17-year-old ocean activist and Girl Scout.
Fans of the dystopian Netflix drama Black Mirror are annoyed by a major medical mix-up this season.