Data suggest that Black people are equally or more willing than White people to get a vaccine, which may mean access is the bigger problem, researchers say.
Dramatic improvement in survival rates after sports-related sudden cardiac arrests are mainly a result of increased public use of CPR and automated external defibrillators, researchers say.
The prevalence of coronary heart disease (CHD) in the US has fallen only by a very small and insignificant amount in the past decade, new data show.
Transitioning a teen with type 1 diabetes from pediatric care to taking full responsibility for their own condition under an adult team is one of the biggest challenges in endocrinology today.
Experts warn parents and practitioners to be alert to teen cannabis use and abuse in light of the growing availability of stronger forms of the drug.
Herpes zoster ophthalmicus can be devastating. Dr Rapuano urges all ophthalmologists to discuss the zoster vaccine with their patients.
After 2.5 years of peanut oral immunotherapy, 71% of toddlers could safely consume 17 peanuts, and more than 1 in 5 maintained this protection even after stopping treatment for 6 months.
An estimated 72% of Los Angeles County residents had been vaccinated and/or had been previously infected as of last April, study says, but Delta/Omicron still hit hard.
Researchers claim there is an urgent need for prevention and intervention efforts targeting adolescent e-cigarette use.
Grand-daughters and great grand-daughters of men who began smoking before puberty have increased body fat, says new study.