What Premeds Should Know About Real-Life Medicine vs. Hollywood

The elements of real human drama that are present in medicine — from medical mysteries to…

As expected, more diabetes medicine recalled after too much of a carcinogen is found

For the second time in a week, a maker of Type 2 diabetes drug Metformin announced…

The ‘Kettlebell Guy’ hand-delivers hard to find weights in New York City during the pandemic

Marc Miller kettlebell guy grand central Courtesy of Marc Miller Marc Miller, aka “The Kettlebell Guy,”…

Medical Workers Fighting COVID Say Cops Are Attacking Them

Courtesy of Rayne Valentine Twenty minutes after leaving his job at a Brooklyn hospital on Saturday…

What is herd immunity and when will we get there for coronavirus?

It’s almost amusing to think of humans as part of a “herd” — a term that…

First results from UK coronavirus trial due next month

Coronavirus Article Bar with counter .. More The first results of a large-scale UK study into…

Peloton Shares Climb With Fitness Buffs Steering Clear of Gyms

(Bloomberg) — Peloton Interactive Inc. climbed to near all-time highs after Evercore ISI analysts said that…

32 Inspiring Quotes to Help You Stay Motivated When You’re Feeling ‘Meh’

We’ve all had those days. You know, the days when you’re feeling unmotivated or lazy or…

How Solange Franklin Went From Pre-Med to Styling Magazine Covers

Working in fashion wasn’t something she’d ever considered. But looking back, she says she’s been the…

Electronic health records are supposed to reduce medical errors in hospitals. But they fail to detect up to 33%, study says.

Dr. Diane G. Verga, a physician with Hooper Ave. Adult Care in Toms River, N.J., talks…