Elbow replacement reportedly has led to complications more often than other joint replacements. But modern elbow replacements are reliable for many.
When hospitals run out of beds or when staffing is low, tough decisions must be made on which patients get to be first in line for care. The Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act outlines key rules.
Speaking on his radio show about the recent deaths of several anti-vaxxer radio hosts, Stern said people who won't get vaccinated are "idiots."
LEXINGTON — The Lexington Regional Health Center, formerly known as Tri-County Hospital, has been in operation for 45 years, no small feat for…
LEXINGTON — With the recent surge of new COVID-19 cases, Lexington Regional Health Center has been seeing an uptick of virus cases in young people.
Televisits took off during the worst days of the pandemic, but states are now rolling back the temporary rules that facilitated them. That’s adding fuel to debates about states’ authority over medical licensing.
As states get hammered by the super-transmissible delta variant, the surge has raised questions about what it means for individual patients in places where there are no available beds.
A Seattle patient discovers the hard way that you can still hit a lifetime limit for certain types of care. And health plans can vary a lot from one job to the next, even if the insurer is the same.
Some new drugs to treat Type 2 diabetes are being reformulated by manufacturers as an obesity treatment. This has created a thicket of issues.
Here are expert-based tips on how to find the best therapy "fit" for you.
People are exposed to toxic substances – like pesticides, chemicals in plastics and radiation – every day. A growing body of research shows that this exposure is causing a decline in male fertility.
Patients with moderate to high complexity congenital heart disease often undergo multiple interventions.
LEXINGTON — During the June board recap Chief Nursing Officer, Nicole Thorell, spoke about several examples of how LRHC has went above and bey…
A new Alzheimer's drug would raise Medicare premiums broadly, and some patients could face copayments of about $11,500 annually, a report says.
Though medical advancements have drastically changed the prognosis for HIV/AIDS patients, there remains to this day no cure. Here's a look at how the AIDS epidemic unfolded.
COVID-19 is opening the door on a problem that has long vexed the medical community: the overtreatment and unnecessary treatment of patients.