Many Americans in nursing homes have been treated as a cash cow by the operators and abused or neglected by the nursing staff. But this is changing, thanks to the courts, the lawyers and relatives who still cared.
In a recent survey in the United States about people's opinions on stem cell research, two-thirds believe that scientists should be free to do the research as long as it helps to cure or prevent diseases.
At the 2010 Spine Technology Awards ceremony in Orlando, Forida, yesterday, Baxano Inc managed to score the top honors twice, with two of their medical products for spinal care and spine surgery.
Spanish-language radio stations across the United States are participating in a 12-hour radio marathon, or 'radiothon', to raise money for St Jude Children's Research Hospital, so they can help kids with cancer.
Garden of Life has come out with a new multivitamin for children that is tasty and chewable and made from real foods rather than chemicals. They call the product Vitamin Code Kids.
An 85-year-old British professor at Cambridge University has been awarded the 2010 Nobel Prize for Medicine in recognition of his work in inventing In-Vitro Fertilisation, or IVF, that has helped millions of babies to be born to couples who could not have a baby otherwise.
Finding and keeping new patients has always been an expensive and time-consuming task for dental practitioners, but now a new system offers to find new customers for them at no charge.
Judge Jeffrey White, of theÂ Federal District CourtÂ inÂ San Francisco, has overturned government approval for genetically modifiedÂ sugar beet production. The judge said in his decision that the…