A new Culinary Medicine Program seeks to educate health care providers about healthy eating so they can help patients do the same.
Concussions don’t just affect young athletes and professional athletes. Adults who are just having fun out in the snow or walking on a slippery walkway are also at risk to sustain a concussion.
Using knowledge gained from a national network, we have improved the outcomes of patients with sepsis by focusing on early detection and rapidly delivering care – doubling the chance of survival.
Here are some strategies for dealing with the stress brought on by the holidays - find the joy that the holidays can bring.
It’s not just good for your body. Research shows that just standing up can improve your ability to think.
D-H radiologist Dr. Bill Black is the lead author of a new study, in the New England Journal of Medicine, showing the potential for lung cancer screening to be done in a cost-effective manner.