A federal judge in Mississippi dismissed a challenge to the health law Thursday, only days after another federal judge ruled the law was unconstitutional because of its insurance mandate.
A new survey explores how people shop for health insurance coverage.
Most men with low-risk prostate cancer get aggressive treatment, even though the therapies carry big risks, a new study finds.
After a knee injury, patients often have immediate reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament. A Swedish researcher found that exercise was just as good as surgery at helping patients recover.
A pair of papers in the current issue of the New England Journal of Medicine add to a growing chorus urging doctors to be more judicious in their use of CT scans.
A funny thing happens when a computer challenges orders for medical scans that aren’t likely to help diagnose patients: Doctors often drop the test requests.