A new national poll finds that many people 65 and older take prescription sleep aids — even though guidelines warn against it. What the findings mean for patients and providers.
Millions more seniors now self-identify as healthy, federal data show. But the gains occurred only among those with higher levels of education and income.
In a small pilot study, home-delivered, low-sodium meals after hospital discharge helped some heart failure patients avoid hospital readmission.
Overly aggressive treatment of blood sugar in older people with diabetes can harm — but a new study finds it’s still common.
Two analyses revealed widely varying treatments — and outcomes — for children with congenital lung malformations.
One in 20 young adults continues to receive opioid prescription refills long after surgery, a study presented at the American Academy of Pediatrics national conference finds.