A 2017 study in The BMJ found that older doctors had higher patient mortality rates. And a 2010 JAMA survey found that over a third of physicians didn’t report colleagues they knew to be incompetent or impaired.
Researchers explore a new use for prazosin.
A groundbreaking study reveals an ultra-rare genomic variant often presents in patients with schizophrenia, providing more information on effective treatment options for a complicated disorder.
A new study may help men make more informed decisions about prostate cancer treatment.
A new study could lead to better tailoring of treatments to individual patients.
A new study finds that decreases in two osteoporosis risk factors — smoking and heavy alcohol use — help account for a steady drop in hip fracture rates in the U.S. over 40 years.
While COVID-19 caused many to shy away from in-person visits with a healthcare provider, a Healthgrades study published in May notes that consumer confidence is on the upswing. The COVID-19 Patient Confidence Study, a weekly...