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Patient-pleasing doctors may not be so good for your health.
University of Washington researchers find important bacteria information.
New testing devices use saliva and teardrops to measure diabetics' sugar levels, or the sweat in fingerprints to detect illicit drugs.
Parenthood sets in motion an array of hormonal and even structural changes in the brains of Mom and Dad.
Most of the nation's top associations of family docs have embraced the notion of a patient-centered medical home.
Several new reports suggest the shortfalls among key health workers may not be so great as once feared on a national scale.
Parkinson's disease, a movement disorder, has come to be blamed on a combination of genetic and environmental factors.
Feast on weight research.