David Limm is the digital editor of HealthCity.
Temporary changes to the benefit softened the impact of economic hardship on low-income families, including harm to children's health, researchers say.
Faster Paths is showing that accessible methadone treatment is a needed service for patients seeking ongoing care for opioid use disorder.
As its knowledge of the virus evolves, the scientific community must craft its messaging to combat skepticism and mistrust.
Researchers say addiction programs should screen for autism symptoms so patients can receive adequate, integrated treatment.
Chidiebere Ibe says his work is not just about the lack of representation in medical illustrations. It's also about the beauty of African culture.
To address gender and racial disparities in the higher ranks, an advisory group from Boston University Medical Group created a toolkit to make promotion inclusive and fair.
Guided by a evidence-based system of care, the team of specialists aims to leave no child with asthma behind.
BMC resident Joseph Sabra, who treated the patient, says otolaryngologists must study social determinants of health that create barriers to care.
Nearly two-thirds of patients studied did not receive medication for opioid use disorder, despite recommendations from medical groups. Primary care doctors can help boost access to addiction treatment.