Having a child undergo surgery can be nerve-wracking. So Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children in Orlando, Fla., has devised an app to help with that.
It's said to cure asthma, bronchitis, sluggishness and a low sex drive. And it's made from frogs.
If your Thanksgiving doesn't go as planned and someone gets hurt, the ICD-10 may have it covered.
The uproar over limits on tobacco products is still flaring—witness the fracas in Westminster, Mass., around a proposal to become the first U.S. town to snuff out tobacco sales.
If surgery, medication and other treatments aren’t working for a patient, physicians may want to try a little tenderness.
America's growing weight problem has forced other things to expand to keep up: CT scanners, hospital beds and patient gowns, for instance. And now, crash-test dummies have joined the list.
Mercy Home Health and Hospice Care takes patient family engagement to a new level. Since December 2012, hospice staff and a team of volunteers have eased patients' concerns through the Pet Peace of Mind program, which provides free pet-care services for patients unable to look after their household...
Ebola has dominated hard news headlines since its deadly outbreak in West Africa this year, but the infectious disease also has a soft, cuddly side.
Healthcare providers who serve the community of Pahoa, Hawaii, rallied together last week to support the rural town as burning lava threatened to destroy local homes and businesses.
Ebola-themed healthcare worker costumes may be making an appearance amid the sea of ghosts, goblins and ghouls this Halloween.
A nurse who works in the clinical decision unit at Temple University Hospital has won $1 million in Lay's annual Do Us a Flavor contest.
Beth Spangler, a senior radiographer at Children's Hospital of Georgia in Augusta, has always had a passion for music.