Asthma is a condition that affects almost ten percent of the population in the developed world and its incidence in rising elsewhere. New research suggests that both sunlight and diet may make treating the condition more straightforward.
New centres for surgical clinical trials in the UK are underlining the continuing vital role for surgery in medical treatment.
Technological glitches on Affordable Care Act insurance marketplaces are finally being remedied, but health care resources for millions of Latino Americans lag behind.
In December, the World Health Organization brought attention to the rights of mental health patients on Human Rights Day, 2013.
We examine some of the latest findings on vitamins and supplements and ask which, if any, should we be taking daily?
Alcohol and drug addiction are having major social consequences in the UK and levying a huge cost on the health sector.
What can the health care industry, and patients, expect for the coming year?
UK hospitals are to address poor weekend care for patients by changing consultants working contracts.
As many Americans scramble to sign up to health insurance exchanges before the end of the year, deductibles are high on consumers’ lists of concerns.
As Ireland considers how to encourage younger people to join the private insurance marketplace, the nation’s two-tier public and private medical system receives national scrutiny.