Deaths related to synthetic opioids increased from approximately 3000 in 2013 to more than 30 000 in 2018. A new book warns there is more to come.
About 25% of patients with diabetes report asking a physician for a cheaper drug. Skipping doses and pill splitting are tactics used to cut costs.
Recent vaping behavior is the only commonality found among teens and young adults hospitalized in 2 midwestern states, for severe respiratory symptoms.
The first annual International Congress on the Future of Neurology convenes in New York City in September. Which thought leaders will be moderating?
Americans still don't meet guideline-recommended physical activity levels even while sedentary behavior increases, according to a new NHANES analysis.
The novel intranasal glucagon delivered with a portable, single-use device could simplify treatment of this dangerous side effect of antidiabetes medications.
Study: "Ideal" adherence to healhty habits (eg, weight control, no smoking, average A1c) may reduce risk of heart failure by >50% vs "inadequate" adherence.
Here: A snapshot of the 4 FDA-approved neuromodulation devices and a primer on neuromodulation for migraine at work.
US consumption of red meat remains twice the global average. New research highlights the consequences of that intake in terms of all-cause mortality.
The ideal test for Lyme disease needs to be direct and highly sensitive in specific areas of detection. A new review highlights the 5 key criteria.