Only about one-third of women with hypothyroidism who had never been pregnant received counseling regarding the need for adequate thyroid hormone, indicating there may be a gap in care.
Researchers have developed a novel artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm based on representation learning to classify lung cancer subtypes.
This is the first study to explore caregivers’ attitudes toward post-operative opioid use in a diverse patient population.
Work aims to address the challenges of dementia research and mental health systems research in India.
Early career inequities must be a target for future interventions.
Those with encephalopathy at admission had poorer outcomes.
Researchers trace the history and growing influence of Universal Health Coverage as a policy that does not assure equal access to health services.
New study shows the need for health-care providers to listen and engage to build medical trust, bridge the gap between community fear and the communication of important health information.
The five-year, $3.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health National Institute on Drug Abuse will help fund his latest research on the various aspects of drug addiction, including genetics.
New statistical methods to prove that dose-response relationship cannot be due to sampling bias.