In order to make sure you and your family are remaining in good health throughout the rest of 2013, it is important to visit your doctor. But what might be just as important is asking your doctor the “right” questions.
The United States is facing a 16,000 shortage of primary care physicians, a current Senate report finds.
UPMC study says percentage of babies born earlier than expected is down
Presented are some answers to frequently asked questions about the “doc fix.”
The new partnership between St. Luke’s Hospital and Temple University has 31 students in its first year.
More and more doctors are choosing to take jobs that require fewer hours because of family reasons and because they feel professional lives are controlling their personal lives.
Pennsylvania is working to approve medical personnel identification tags to distinguish between physicians and doctorate degrees.
Doctors stress importance of staying up to date on immunizations, seeing medical professionals for array of symptoms.
Most doctors exercise regularly, drink moderately, and have better cholesterol levels. They also visit fast food restaurants.
Medical school growth is at its fastest since the 1970s.