A study confirms the cost of treating someone who has more than one chronic medical condition is higher than the cost of treating each condition separately.
The United States continues to spend more per capita on health care than any other developed country — not for better medical care, because of higher prices.
Overweight pregnant women who eat better and exercise more develop gestational diabetes at the same rate as women who don’t take preventive steps.
Since July 2018, a number medications used to treat hypertension and other heart conditions have been recalled by the manufacturers, according to the FDA.
Menopausal women who experience persistent hot flashes or night sweats are more likely to develop breast cancer than women who don’t have hot flashes.
A common stimulant medication used to treat ADHD probably does not cause heart damage, according to a long-term study funded by the NIH.