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Recent studies show that there are safer meds to treat acute agitation in patients, but many doctors continue to dispense haloperidol.
Oct. 15 marks National Latinx AIDS Awareness Day, kicking off the campaign “Defeating AIDS con Ganas” (“Defeating AIDS With Power”).
The case claims prison officials are knowingly denying HCV-positive inmates medical care, which may violate the U.S. Constitution.
Can too little thyroid hormone trigger abnormal blood sugar levels?
The police officer contracted hepatitis C while working undercover in the 1990s and unknowingly passed the virus to her son while pregnant.
For overweight patients, barriers to care range from too-small equipment to docs who believe health issues just require they lose weight.
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WATCH: A video and campaign by HIV, hepatitis C and LGBT groups to address the rising costs of meds.
One of the first studies of its kind identifies a potential genetic link for certain mental disorders.
Previous research on bone loss during the first year on PrEP may have failed to consider poor adherence to the regimen.
Shad Ireland is the first and only kidney dialysis patient in the world to compete in and complete the Ironman Triathlon.
A hormone notoriously used by athletes such as Lance Armstrong as a performance-enhancing drug may hold promise for treating mental illness.
The African-American Tobacco Leadership Council stresses that mint flavoring in some smokes makes their poisons easier for users to swallow.
Researchers say hospitals mark up the cost for specific services by by more than 20 times solely to increase their revenues.
The World Health Organization revises its therapy guidelines for chlamydia, gonorrhea and syphilis, which adapt to thwart current meds.