X-ray imaging system developed that enables researchers to see 'live' how effective treatments...
Published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, the imaging method allows researchers to monitor the effectiveness of a treatment for the life-threatening...
How to Know Whether to Go to Urgent, Walk-in, or Emergency Care
Learn more about finding the right care when you are sick from primary care to urgent or emergency care.
How certified behavioral health homes help clients with serious mental illness
The approach “puts the patient at the center and wraps all the needs around that patient, rather than doing it the old way, forcing a patient to interact with an existing medical structure or system.”
2018 Top Doctors
Here are the best practitioners around the Main Line and western suburbs.
What is Internal Medicine?
Internal medicine requires a doctor to be able to treat a wide range of adult patients in a compassionate and understanding way. They use the...
Four Ways to Fight Dry Eye
Eyes feeling gritty, red or irritated? Read on for ways to make your eyes happier.
Tips for Better Health Care
People sometimes assume that health care is only as good as the physician providing it. There are a few things, however, that patients can do to improve the quality of health care that they receive. Here are a few tips to ensure that you receive the best health care possible.
What is a Urethral Stricture?
In a recent episode of the Urology Care Podcast, Dr. Rajiv K Singal sat down with us for a chat about urethral stricture disease. Stricture (narrowing of the urethra) can happen at any point from the bladder to the tip of the penis. This narrowing restricts or slows the flow of urine in.
3 female doctors—all from Georgia—will take over top posts at national physician organizations
As more women join the U.S. physician workforce, three female doctors from Georgia are poised to take over top leadership spots at prominent national physician organizations.
6 Heart Health Mistakes Made by Women—and How to Avoid Them
Even though you think you’re being careful, it’s still easy to slip up when it comes to keeping your heart healthy. Johns Hopkins experts give tips on how to stay on track Research Shows Take Diabetes Seriously Women under 60 who have diabetes have up to four times the risk of developing coronary artery disease as women without diabetes, Johns Hopkins research has shown—much higher than previously believed. Women notoriously take care of everybody else while minimizing their own health needs. Learn the warning signs of diabetes and take steps to get blood sugar under control Two other conditions related to heart disease that more often strike women are depression and rheumatoid arthritis. Despite the fact…