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Surgical and drug treatment options lead to similar outcomes for diabetic eye disease

Surgical and injectable drug approaches are equally effective for the treatment of bleeding inside the.

OMSs need research, now more than ever

A recent experience in the operating room helped shape my go-to answer for a question.

Coating implants with ‘artificial bone’ to prevent inflammation

Bone disease is becoming increasingly prevalent due to population aging, among other factors, and the.

Researchers publish the first study on the metagenomics of dental black plaque in adults

The dark pigmentations that appear around the gums on dental enamel have a bacterial origin.

Chronic pain can be devastating

Chronic pain can be devastating.  You wonder if you’ll ever feel normal again.  You’ve tried.

Get Rid of Headaches with PT

Headaches are no joke – while a mild headache may just be a nuisance, serious.

Coronavirus and Physical Therapy – How PTs are Making it Safe

Currently, the world of health care is faced with new information and enforced changes (almost) daily because of COVID-19. So, it’s no surprise that physical.

The myth of ‘good’ and ‘bad’ Covid vaccines: Why false perceptions overlook facts, and could breed resentment

Mike Ryan, the World Health Organization’s health emergencies director, had a conversation recently with his.

Commonalities found between viral infections and ovarian cancer

DNA viruses, such as herpesviruses and poxviruses, are among the most prolific and deadly viruses.

Medication keeps more patients with ANCA-associated vasculitis in remission than steroids

A Phase 3 clinical trial showed a new medication that interferes with part of the.