The research - the largest and most comprehensive look at the topic, involving data from 42,000 men around the world - appears to confirm fears that male reproductive health may be declining.
A long-standing piece of medical advice does not hold up under scrutiny, Penn researchers say.
On issues including depression, addiction, and campus assault, women often do better with female-focused care, as Villanova nursing experts are teaching their students.
A Thomas Jefferson University kidney specialist helped to bring about the changes. An increase in African American organ donors also helped - blacks on the waiting list get their fair share.
The project will pair approximately 80 people living with dementia and their caretakers with Jefferson medical students in a mentoring program.
The language we use for people over 65 is frustratingly inexact. But the real problem is with how we think about aging, not with specific words.
Two years after an adorable, indomitable 8-year-old made history with a double hand transplant at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, the ethics and tradeoffs of that operation are reexamined in light of the successes and struggles he has faced.
The physician who raised the concerns says the blame belongs with the bed manufacturer.
It never hurts to have longevity in your genes and few chronic health problems, but mind-set plays a role in how people age, experts say.
The company said Wednesday it will sell its Horlicks drinks brand in the U.K., close a manufacturing site in Slough, England, and cut about 320 manufacturing jobs there.
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Teva Pharmaceuticals has sued a former employee, alleging misappropriation of its trade secrets and confidential information to benefit a rival generic-drug company.
The living drug, custom-made for each patient, has shown stunning effectiveness, but also carries the risk of life-threatening overreactions.
From a health perspective, we should be as worried about the rising decibels of our favorite joints as we are about their ballooning portion sizes.
Emerging research shows heart disease is a long-term threat for women who develop diabetes or high blood pressure during pregnancy. And many mothers - and their doctors - are unaware of the danger.