Here is a diagnosis of what’s wrong with health care in America, straight from the horse’s mouth: There’s too much.
Business Week: An anxious woman in her mid-40s showed up last winter at Atlas MD, a family doctor’s office in Wichita.
The man’s face was pasty, his eyes closed as he lay back in bed waiting for a wave of nausea to pass.
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Stepping into the office of Dr.
There’s a lot of excitement about the potential of autonomous drones, be they nimble quadcopters or longer-range fixed wing or hybrid aircraft.
Ben Bowman’s Minneapolis office, in a renovated brick warehouse, is steps from the Mississippi River.
The technique is known as xenointoxication, which sounds like intergalactic beer pong but in medical pathology is Greek for “poisoning the guest.” In Dr.
When James Loden, an ophthalmologist, recently peered into a patient’s eyes, he was evaluating her for laser surgery to correct her vision.
An Irish company is using four American diamondback rattlesnakes in a new clinical trial that will test snake venom as a treatment for cancer.