Even in the era of Kindles, iPads and countless other digital distractions, technology is no replacement for the simple joy of curling up with a book or thumbing through a magazine for some people.
Where serious illnesses go, mental health issues often follow. Yet because medical care and mental health care are traditionally delivered separately, many people living with chronic or life-threatening diseases do not get adequate treatment for related emotional struggles.
A new nationwide study led by investigators at the Brigham found that more than a quarter of antibiotic prescriptions dispensed to Medicaid recipients were not associated with a clinician visit.
During her fellowship training in women’s health, internist Heather Hirsch, MD, MS, NCMP, started to notice a gap in the health care system that seemed to defy logic
News about upcoming hospital events, campaigns and other timely information for staff.