A good thyroid exam depends above all on knowledge of anatomy and proper technique.
Harvard Medical School's Department of Continuing Education provides programs that are designed to provide the most up to date information and strategies for physicians and allied health professionals.
When it comes to germ-busting power, the eyes have it, according to a UC Berkeley discovery that could lead to new, inexpensive antimicrobial drugs. Researchers found that small fragments of keratin protein in the eye play a key role in warding off p...
Doctor conducts first human study on drug that may boost memory and remove barriers to learning for people with Down syndrome.
If you're a vitamin-taker, you may want to reconsider your morning routine. The latest issue of the medical journal Annals of Internal Medicine posted online on Monday, looks at the research and clinical trials and penned an editorial with a headline...
At the end of the tax year, the IRS office sent an inspector to audit the books of a local hospital.
So what was your biggest achievement when you were 15? I was pretty proud of getting my learner's permit. I also made a couple nice tackles on the football field, and came this close to finally winning a round against my friend Eugene in Street Fight...
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Sixty-five years ago, infamous Auschwitz doctor Josef Mengele removed Yitzhak Ganon's kidney without anesthesia. The Greek-born Jew swore never to see a doctor again -- until a heart attack last month brought his horrific tale into the open.
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Patients equipped with breakthrough new artificial heart technology would produce no heartbeat and no pulse, thus appearing dead.