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1 in 5 Elderly U.S. Patients Injured by Medical Care

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About 100 People Being Monitored for Ebola in Texas

About 100 People Being Monitored for Ebola in Texas

American Doctor Exposed to Ebola Admitted to NIH Hospital

Anesthesia Complications Drop by Half, Study Finds

Antibiotic Lowers Death Risk for Elderly Patients With Pneumonia: Study

Antibiotic-Resistant Hospital Germ Traced to U.K. Livestock, Study Finds

Are U.S. Hospitals Prepared for Ebola?

Athletic Trainers First Line of Treatment for Young Basketballers: Study

Bed Position Matters for Stroke Patients, Report Shows

Better Survival From Blood Infections at High-Volume Hospitals

Big Drop in U.S. Heart-Related Hospitalizations and Deaths, Study Finds

'Biospleen' Suggests New Way to Treat Blood Infection

Black Children, Teens More Likely to Return to Hospital for Asthma: Study

Blood Infections Play Role in Up to Half of Hospital Deaths: Study

Cancer Patients in Hospice Face Less Aggressive Treatment: Study

Cat Bites May Lead to Serious Infections, Hospitalizations

CDC Confirms First Patient Diagnosed With Ebola in United States

CDC Monitoring Those Who Had Contact With Ebola Patient

CDC Tightens Rules on Caring for Ebola Patients

Certain Heart Attacks Are Deadlier in Hospital

Childhood Cancer Survivors More Likely to Be Hospitalized: Study

Choosing Hospice Care Isn't Always Easy

Coordinated Care Helps Elderly With Chronic Diseases

Coordinated Care Through 'Medical Home' Best for Chronically Ill Kids: Study

Coordination of Heart Attack Care Trims Time to Treatment: Study

Cutting Docs-in-Training Hours Hasn't Improved Patient Care: Studies

Dallas to End Monitoring for Ebola Infections

Device May Restore Speech to People on Breathing Tubes

Docs Offer Advice for Combating Respiratory Virus That's Striking Kids

Doctor With Ebola Arrives in U.S. for Treatment

Doctor With Ebola Coming to U.S. for Treatment

Doctor With Ebola Dies at Nebraska Hospital

Doctors' Germ-Laden Stethoscope May Spread Nasty Bacteria

Doctors Often Unaware Their Patients Have Catheters

Does The Doctor Speak Your Language?

Does Timing Play a Role in Survival After Hospital Admission, Surgery?

Drug Interactions Common Among Hospitalized Kids, Study Says

Drug-Resistant Superbug Increasing in Southeast U.S. Hospitals

Early Sign of Kidney Disease Often Ignored, Study Says

Ebola Focus Shrinks to About 50 People in Texas

Elderly Diabetes Patients on Insulin Most Vulnerable to Low-Blood-Sugar Trouble

Emergency Surgeries on Weekends Riskier for Kids: Study

End-of-Life Care Discussions May Miss Patient Priorities

ER Patients Often Confuse Role of Emergency Contacts

ER Patients With Chest Pain May Not Always Need Heart Tests: Study

ER Visits for Common Irregular Heartbeat Are Rising, Study Finds

ER Visits Linked to Synthetic Pot More Than Double, Report Finds

ER Visits on the Rise, Study Reports

ER Visits Peak When Kids Barred From Child Care: Study

ER Visits Up for High Blood Pressure

ER Waiting Times Vary Significantly, Studies Find

ERs Dispensing More Narcotic Painkillers: Study

ERs See Spike in Traumatic Brain Injuries

Exercise May Curtail COPD Complications

Experimental Eyewear Helps Surgeons 'See' Cancer, Study Says

Few U.S. Hospitals Ready to Handle Ebola, Survey Finds

Fewer Infants Dying Than Before, CDC Reports

Flu Hits Unvaccinated Hardest, Study Finds

Flu Hitting Younger Adults Hard, Vaccination Helps: CDC

For Women's Cancers, Where You're Treated Matters

Giving Magnesium to Stroke Victims Early Not Helpful: Study

Gut Bacteria in Preemies Could Lead to Life-Threatening Infections

Hand Hygiene Lacking in Many U.S. Health Care Facilities: Study

Health Care Workers Wash Hands More When Patients Watching

Health Tip: Be a Safe Patient

Heart Attack Patients Face Greater Death Risk if Any Treatment Step Missed: Study

Heart Attack Patients Treated at Night, Weekends May Have Worse Outcomes

Heart Failure Drug Might Help Reduce Hospitalizations

Heart Failure Patients Wind Up in ER Too Often: Study

High Blood Sugar in Heart Failure Patients May Point to Risk of Early Death

High-Dose Flu Vaccine May Better Protect the Elderly: Study

'High-Intensity' Hospitals Save More Elderly After Surgery: Study

Home Visits May Help Heart Bypass Patients Fare Better

Hospital Admission Day Tied to Outcomes for Children With Leukemia

Hospital Discharge a Key Time to Help Smokers Quit

Hospital Infection Rates Falling, But More Improvement Needed: CDC

Hospital Policy Spurs New Moms to Get Whooping Cough Shot

Hospital Study Offers Solutions to 'Alarm Fatigue'

Hospital Workers Wash Hands Less at End of Shift, Study Finds

Hospital-Related Infections Hit Nearly 650,000 Patients in 2011: CDC

Hospital's Efforts to Boost Patient Safety Pay Off

Hospitals' High Antibiotic Use May Boost Germs' Resistance: Study

How 1 Hospital Combats E. Coli Germ in Food

ICU Infections Among Elderly Tied to Higher Death Rates After Discharge

ICU Patients at Much Greater Risk for PTSD: Study

ICU Patients May Face Mental Health Issues After Discharge

ICU-Related Depression Often Overlooked, Study Finds

'Immunonutrition' Ill-Advised for ICU Patients on Feeding Tube, Study Says

In Neonatal ICU, Hand Washing Plus Gloves May Curb Infections

Influx of Trainee Docs in July Doesn't Affect Stroke Care: Study

Injuries From Swallowed Magnets on the Rise in Kids, Study Finds

Insured Patients May Not Always Get Best Trauma Care, Study Finds

Key Questions to Ask Before Surgery

Kids May Leave Hospital Sooner When Antibiotics Are Controlled

Kitchen Cutting Boards Can Harbor Drug-Resistant Germs: Study

Lack of Protective Gear Leaves Medics at Risk in Ebola Outbreak: Study

Last U.S. Ebola Patient Leaves NYC Hospital 'Healthy, No Longer Infectious'

Limiting Malpractice Claims May Not Curb Costly Medical Tests

Long ICU Stays May Alter Gut Microbes

Lung Cancer Surgery May Be Safest at High-Volume Hospitals, Study Finds

Lupus Patients Face High Rehospitalization Rates

Many Americans May Get Hospice Care Too Late

Many Hospitals Ineffectively Treat Bloodstream Infections, Study Suggests

Many Kids With Medicaid Use ER as Doctor's Office: CDC

Many U.S. Hospitals Fall Short in Preventing Infections

Many Unaware of Their HIV Status Until It's Advanced

Medical Errors Drop When Docs Communicate Better at Shift Changes

Medical Products Used With Preemies in Hospitals May Harm Them, Study Suggests

Mental Illness to Blame for 10 Percent of Kids' Hospitalizations: Study

More Advanced Emergency Care May Be Worse for Cardiac Arrest Victims: Study

More Americans Hospitalized for Irregular Heartbeat, Study Finds

More ERs Treating Headaches With Narcotics, Study Finds

More Kids Using ERs for Medical Care, Researchers Say

Muscle Weakness May Persist for Months After ICU Stay

Natural Lighting Brightens Nurses' Outlook, Study Says

Nearly 1 in 3 U.S. Babies Delivered by C-Section, Study Finds

Newborn ICUs With Private Family Rooms Benefit Preemies: Study

Newborns Fed Formula in Hospital Less Likely to Be Breast-Fed Later

No Change in Heart Attack Rates for Younger U.S. Adults

Number of Induced Labors Falling in U.S., CDC Says

Nurse Caseloads, Education Tied to Surgery Outcomes

Nurses' Experience Key to Better Patient Care, Study Says

Obstetric Complication Rates Vary Widely Between Hospitals in U.S.

Officials Designate 35 Ebola Treatment Centers

Older Black Trauma Patients Fare Better Than Whites in ER: Study

Oxygen May Not Help Heart Attack Victims

Patients Can Now Get Test Results Straight From the Lab: HHS

Pneumonia Raises Heart Disease Risk for Years: Study

Poor Patients Might Benefit From Trained Helpers After Hospital Discharge

Poorest Seniors at Risk for Repeat Hospital Stays

Post-Katrina Heart Woes Persisted at Least 6 Years

Prescription Painkillers Fueling Overdose Cases in ERs, Study Finds

Preventive Steroids May Not Help Heart Bypass

Racial Disparities in Breast-Feeding May Start With Hospitals, Study Suggests

Readmission to Another Hospital May Threaten Patient Safety: Study

Report Questions Effectiveness of Flu Meds

Report: Fewer U.S. Hospitalizations for Hepatitis A

Research Shows Ways to Speed Stroke Care

Researchers Discover How Bacteria Resist Antibiotics in Hospitals

Rx for Better Health Care: Kindness and Compassion

Safe, Successful Kidney Dialysis Possible in Ebola Patients

Safety Checklists for Surgery May Not Lower Deaths, Complications: Study

Scientists Explore How Fecal Transplant Eases Tough Infection

Sharp Rise in ER Visits Tied to Abuse of Sedative, Study Finds

Small Number of Drugs Behind Kids' Accidental Poisonings: CDC

Smoke-Free Laws May Help Prevent COPD Hospitalizations

Smoke-Free Policies May Protect the Heart

State Flu Shot Rule for Preschoolers Curbs Kids' Hospitalizations: CDC

Steroids May Not Be Wise Choice for Intensive-Care Patients

Study Finds Drop in Kids' Hospital-Related Infections

Study Finds Hospital Patients Don't Wash Their Hands Enough

Study Ties Home Births to Higher Infant Death Rates

Teen Drinkers Risking Their Lives: Study

Too Much Codeine Still Prescribed to U.S. Kids: Study

Transfusions Risky During Certain Heart Procedures, Study Finds

Trauma Center Closures Tied to Higher Death Risk for Injured Patients

Treatment Delays for Many Who Need Gallbladder Surgery: Study

Trials of Experimental Ebola Therapies to Begin

U.S. Hospitals Overuse, Misuse Antibiotics, CDC Says

U.S. Hospitals See Big Rise in Drug-Related Suicide Attempts

U.S. Ranks Last Among Wealthy Nations in Access to Health Care

U.S. Traffic Accidents Send 2.5 Million to ERs Each Year, CDC Says

VA Hospital Delays Didn't Cause Deaths, Investigators Say

Vaccine for Infant Tummy Bug Cuts Hospitalizations: CDC

Very Special Delivery: Unused U.S. Surgical Supplies

When Heart Docs Are Away, Their High-Risk Patients May Fare Better

Where Ebola Battles Are Won

Wireless ECG Speeds Up Heart Attack Treatments, Study Shows

With ERs, the Busier, the Better, Study Finds

With Western Medicine, Ebola May Have Met Its Match

Women With Heart Disease at Low Risk When Giving Birth: Study


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