Almost half of Americans now have high BP, according to new guidelines. What does this mean for patients?
There’s nothing wrong with promoting your own well-being, but some experts worry the self-care movement is masking a greater need for professional help.
Small changes can help medical offices feel a little less alienating and a little more human.
For decades, future MDs have honed their clinical skills on medical actors and cadavers. Here's why this low-tech training method is still so valuable.
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Remote health monitoring could revolutionize healthcare — but are doctors ready to handle an avalanche of patient data?
For black women in the U.S., having a baby comes with disproportionate health risks. Experts are calling for change.
For former cult members, the process of adjusting to life without a guru includes reclaiming personal agency in healthcare.
More than 30 years after seasonal affective disorder was first identified, understanding the condition remains a work in progress.
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