The toll of kidney disease is vast and constantly growing.
Every day another 10,000 people turn 65.
Direct-care workers provide most of the paid, hands-on care for individuals who have age-related functional limitations.
Many of our cherished health and longevity gains have come from research supported by the National Institutes of Health.
There is no room for the amount of subjectivity used by the 2015 DGAC in this process.
Treating all saturated fats as equal may be too simplistic, as fats are nutritionally diverse.
Despite the availability of more effective treatment, insurance coverage has gotten worse for eating disorders.
Pain relief medications that may be safe and workable for the public at large can be the catalysts for significant health crises among our older citizens.
For too long the prevailing conventional wisdom among healthcare policy experts was that average consumers lacked the sophistication necessary to make smart choices.
The Congress’ attempt to ensure that Americans who want to be doctors must train in the United States is shortsighted.