For nearly two years, Florida-based Lee Health's Epic EHR has alerted providers when their patients qualify for the Make-a-Wish program.
An insurer uses image of hikers in the mountains to sell health insurance that doesn't cover treatment for mountain climbing injuries, delivering a bit of a mixed message.
William Bilicic used his experience as a patient to build a website offering advice on navigating hospitals.
Samuel Barsky, the internet's intrepid traveling "sweater guy," also knits baby hats to donate to hospitals.
Cancer patients can connect and be supported by others fighting the disease with a free patient navigation app.
A nurse from Banner-University Medical Center in Tucson, Ariz., captured second place at the Boston Marathon, only her second marathon.
The seemingly innocuous rubber duckies that delight tots at bath time could harbor a nasty surprise: bad bacteria.
Blue pinwheels are spinning across the field in front of HSHS St. John's Children's Hospital in Springfield, Ill. Adults and children recently gathered and pinned one blue pinwheel at a time on the grassy field in honor of Child Abuse Prevention Month.
Coffee can cause cancer? Many coffee drinkers are skeptical about the California judge's recent ruling on labeling cancer warnings on coffee purchased in the state.
A Northwestern University assistant professor performs a live show to bring to life the connection between medicine and magic.
What if there were a safe space where patients with an addiction could practice saying "no" to drugs or alcohol? An experimental virtual reality therapy offers such an alternative.
Individual pain thresholds can be responsible for how quickly a person heals while in recovery. With pressure building to find alternatives to pain medication, two unique case studies suggest offbeat alternatives for chronic pain sufferers.