Noncitizen children face higher health harms compared with their siblings who have US citizen status.
Among other considerations, health care providers must avoid giving individual medical advice.
A survey-based study found that, after factoring in bonuses with salary, the difference is more than $30,000 per year.
Study researchers sought to assess the link between Kawasaki disease and patient cognitive profiles or caregiver parenting stress.
Pfizer said it will meet with US officials on Monday to discuss possible authorization for a third booster shot of its COVID-19 vaccine.
Pfizer and its partner BioNTech announced Thursday they would seek approval for a booster COVID-19 shot and begin studies on a reformulated vaccine that targets the highly contagious Delta variant.
Study demonstrates the impact of lifestyle factors on the inflammatory condition.
The worldwide COVID-19 death toll topped 4 million on Thursday, with the highly contagious Delta variant spotted in more than 100 countries and the World Health Organization warning against nations relaxing restrictions too quickly.
Carbon dioxide levels among children wearing face masks may exceed healthy limits.
Most state COVID-19 vaccination plans were created without advisement from a health equity committee.
The researchers’ objective was to compare the patient satisfaction of adult outpatients with opioid dependence who were administered buprenorphine subcutaneously by depot vs those given the drug sublingually.
Researchers identify iatrogenic damage following poor injection technique as a likely cause.
Inherited risk of early-onset cancer is significantly higher among Latino and Black families for solid tumors and Asian/Pacific Islander families for blood-based cancers when compared to White families.
Nearly a quarter of parents do not feel confident that their young children are reaching the appropriate developmental milestones.
José-Alain Sahel, MD, Chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Pittsburgh, and Hungarian researcher Botond Roska, MD, discuss a breakthrough that restored the sight of a patient with retinitis pigmentosa and light perception only.
The researchers’ goal was to estimate the risk of harm associated with opioid dose and duration of use and then to determine whether the risk is modified by the patients’ treatment indication and age.
Hispanic, American Indian, and Asian participants developed chalazion at higher rates than other groups, the report shows.
Researchers identify successful strategies to connect those affected by intimate partner violence to social work and law enforcement.
A blood shortage has forced some New England hospitals to delay or reschedule surgeries.
The researchers’ goals were to compare the efficacy and adverse effects of single‐dose intravenous ketorolac for postoperative pain in adults and compare it with placebo or an active comparator.