November 08, 2010
Painful Gout on the Rise in U.S.
More and more Americans are
struggling with gout as rates of the painful and sometimes
disabling arthritic condition continue a decades-long upswing, a
new study shows.
Study Warns of Risks for Early Dialysis
Putting people on dialysis
early, while their kidneys still have adequate function, may
increase the chances that they'll die in the year after the
procedure is started, a new study suggests.
Many Patients With Heart Attack Delay Hospital
The time it takes for a
patient to get to an emergency room when experiencing the symptoms
of a heart attack have remained stubbornly high for the past
decade, despite efforts to fix that, researchers report.