The doctor insists it wasn't cutting. But the judge wasn't convinced and locked her up. The decision to lock up Dr. Jumana Nagarwala, 44, of Northville, came after federal prosecutors called her a flight risk and a danger to the community, saying she has hurt numerous...
A doctor was charged Thursday with performing genital mutilation on two young Minnesota girls who traveled to Michigan with their mothers, the first federal prosecution of what the government describes as "horrifying acts of brutality."
Leaders of three trauma centers in Florida, including Orlando Regional Medical Center, are speaking on Tuesday in Tallahassee against proposed House and Senate bills that would deregulate the state's trauma system. "The concern I have is that not only the public won't...
McKinney police arrested an orthopedic surgeon on suspicion that he sexually assaulted two female patients while they were under his care. Dr. Donald Okechukwu Ozumba, 44, faces two charges of sexual assault, according to court records.
Clinician burnout is pervasive in the healthcare industry, yet many healthcare leaders are unsure of how to solve the issue. If it is left unaddressed, healthcare organizations may experience quality, safety, and retention problems.
A critical care physician reports that treating sepsis patients with Vitamin C and steroids results in "very short" lengths of stay and lower readmission rates. Critics say a randomized controlled trial is needed.
Anti-clotting therapies in patients at high risk for stroke are grossly underused. A researcher speculates that physician misconceptions and poor patient education about medication to reduce the risk of atrial fibrillation underlie the problem.