The doctor-patient relationship is moving online. With 68% of American adults now using the Internet to search for healthcare information, it's no surprise that many also want digital access to their doctor. Whether they have that option will depend heavily on doctors' ability to get paid...
Relatives can have questions but can’t always attend appointments for elderly patients. One doctor sees firsthand the need and shares her advice.
A physician is surprised by the homeopathic medicine’s apparent side effects.
The New York City public hospital has a gritty reputation. But patient by patient, it's a mirror on a vulnerable, volatile population and the care each person needs.
FMF, which primarily affects Greeks, Armenians, Turks, and Sephardic Jews, has ancient roots but remained a medical mystery until the mid-20th century.
During office hours, a busy physician juggles a baby's cries, a man's breathing problems and a woman's laundry list of ailments.
Sometimes it's important to get past the protocols and 'rules' to find an approach that's best for everyone.
No way was Floyd going to the ER -- last time they dinged him for $5,000, he said. And so the negotiations began.
This is the story of a dog-ophobe, a dog-ophile and the parasite that brought them together. The dog-ophobe (for want of a better word) is a patient. The dog-ophile is her doctor -- me.
After a shift of bruises, gashes and infections in the emergency room, winding down can be the hardest part.