The New York-based orthopedic center is one of many U.S. hospitals and healthcare systems to seek opportunities in other countries.
UPMC health system announced Thursday it has partnered with Ireland's largest private healthcare system to build a new cancer therapy center in Cork.
The now 17-year-old won a computer science fair at Chicago's Lane Tech College Prep in 2015 for an algorithm that improved on the results of conventional mammography analysis.
Industry experts say the Obama administration's decision to lift a ban on importing Cuban pharmaceuticals and collaborating with the nation's researchers could bring the nation's cheaper, reputable medicines to the U.S. The move could give American researchers the chance to study Cuba's care...
Doctors Without Borders is refusing 1 million free pneumonia vaccines from Pfizer because it objects to restrictions that often come with donated vaccines. The not-for-profit is also concerned about how Pfizer and other drugmakers use donations to justify charging high prices to other buyers.
A professor at the Imperial College London has invented a nontoxic, synthetic alcohol that he hopes will eliminate hangovers by 2050, according to the Independent.
Henry Ford Health System has signed a contract with Pearl Human Care Private Ltd., an India-based company, to provide medical technology and related medical services to a planned 400-bed hospital in Tamil Nadu.
“The effects of this delay in funding is probably going to be felt years down the road,” said Dr. Bruce Lee, an associate professor of International Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health.
A year after cutting off his left ear, suffering subsequent breakdowns and spending time in an asylum, Vincent van Gogh died of a gunshot wound—an apparent suicide. The world has wondered ever since what ailed him. Recently, the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam created a full exhibition and...
World leaders approved a wide-ranging declaration Wednesday aimed at addressing the rising number of drug-resistant infections — something the World Health Organization says has the potential to kill millions and undermine the global economy, likening it to "a slow-motion tsunami."
The new 5-pound ($6.60) bill introduced Sept. 13 is made of a strong polymer and can handle a trip through the washing machine without shredding, unlike the paper cash it's replacing.
“When we arrived there were tarps up to catch the honey before it fell through onto the floor and towels to catch where it was running down the walls and pooling.” She said the hive had gone unnoticed for up to five years. It’s thought warm summer weather melted some of the wax,...