(Reuters Health) - Search and rescue teams and first responders have a new resource for assessing people who have been exposed to extreme cold.
(Reuters Health) - During interviews about opioid overdoses in public restrooms, New York City service industry workers said they supported the idea of supervised injection facilities because such facilities might reduce injection drug use in their workplaces, researchers report.
(Reuters Health) - The availability of helicopter ambulance service varies widely across different European countries, a recent study suggests.
(Reuters Health) - Healthcare providers and parents should begin talking to adolescents in middle school about healthy romantic and sexual relationships and mutual respect for others, a doctors' group urges.
(Reuters Health) - Publicly-available ratings of U.S. hospital quality for heart surgery vary so widely from one another they may be more confusing than helpful for patients trying to pick the best place to have a procedure, researchers say.
(Reuters Health) - A range of common mental health conditions are being diagnosed more often in U.S. university students, according to a study that also finds students are more willing to seek help than in the past.
(Reuters Health) - Health policy debates around electronic cigarettes should consider the health of the environment, too, according to an editorial in the American Journal of Public Health.
(Reuters Health) - Very few smokers know there is sugar added to cigarettes, a new survey suggests.
(Reuters Health) - Hospital accreditation isn't necessarily tied to better outcomes for U.S. patients, researchers say.
(Reuters Health) - Patients who have had a heart attack, stent placement or bypass surgery should strongly consider enrolling in a cardiac rehabilitation program, say the authors of a new patient resource published in JAMA Cardiology.