Most Recent Articles by CJ Arlotta
Staying in the ICU after surviving a life-threatening illness may put some patients at high risk for psychiatric symptoms.
APS has partnered with Pfizer IGLC to enhance care for individuals with chronic pain by allocating up to $2 million in funding for research grants.
New research suggests that reducing length of treatment and hospitalization in infants diagnosed with drug withdrawal symptoms at birth can be made possible by standardizing hospital care policies across institutions.
Accurately recognizing concussions can become a reality if clinicians begin using an advanced form of ultrasound that maps blood flow in the brain, new research suggests.
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