Knowing which neighborhoods are infested with roaches and mold can help healthcare workers treat patients better.
With funding and patients on the line, docs are ordering more drugs and unnecessary tests to appease online reviewers.
Credit card digits and Social Security numbers are small potatoes.
Healthcare.gov is basically hacking itself.
Healthcare.gov was overrun with 4.7 million people in the first 24 hours.
...especially the ones most likely to be effected by it, according to a new survey.
A Canadian study finds a routine surgery produces more waste than a family of four.
There's no vaccine for dengue fever, which kills 25,000 people a year. But a Swiss researcher believes she's uncovered a way to predict when outbreaks will occur.
A new report slams Big Pharma's direct-to-consumer advertising "self-regulation."
In short, the U.S. spends a lot more money on health care and gets a lot less than the rest of the industrialized world for that money. If you've ever chilled in the ER waiting room at, say, Maryland General Hospital, or squabbled with a health insur…