Hospice Care of South Carolina, the largest provider of hospice care in the state, has launched a website to help people who are terminally ill, and the people who care for them, come to terms with the natural process of dying.
A drug called Oseltamivir can double the chance of survival for patients infected with H5N1 Avian Influenza, according to a recent clinical study released by the Journal of Infectious Diseases.
Big, fluffy, lovable Elmo from the Sesame Street characters, will help teach children how to stop the spread of influenza this winter season, in a nationwide public service advertising campaign.
There's a new online baby journal on the web that lets moms-to-be chronicle their journey to motherhood with rich multimedia they can share with friends, and eventually print out as a baby book to keep at home.
Disabled people and seniors in New Jersey who need motorized wheelchairs could be hampered by changes to Medicare that come into affect on January 2011.
This week is Infantile Spasms (or IS) Awareness Week, which is designed to make people aware of this very rare form of childhood epilepsy that affects some infants.
If you really want to lose weight, you'll be glad to hear that combining your weight-loss strategies can double the amount of weight you lose. That's the finding of a six-month clinical study by the University of Pittsburgh.
There is a kind of cancer about that's often misdiagnosed by doctors. It is known as NETS cancer, which is an abbreviation of Neuroendocrine Tumors.