Nurses aren’t able to spend the time needed with patients and more often are faced with workplace challenges including violence, according to a new survey from AMN Healthcare.

A shocking number of Americans know someone, either a friend or family member, in the past five years who died because they couldn’t afford to receive necessary medical treatment, according to a new Gallup and West Health study.

E-cigarette use, or vaping, could be more harmful to heart health than traditional cigarettes.

The CDC has narrowed in on vitamin E acetate as a potential chemical of concern in an epidemic of vaping-related lung illnesses that have injured 2,051 people from nearly all states and have been linked to 39 deaths in 24 states.

While more policies are pushing toward increasing patient access to electronic medical records, few patients are actually using the opportunity to check out their own information, according to a study published in Health Affairs.

Older millennials are facing health challenges sooner than other generations, with higher prevalence rates for some conditions, according to a new Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Index.

Increased physical activity could have a huge impact on the global economy, with just 15 minutes more walking per day adding an average of $100 billion annually until 2050, according to new research from RAND and Vitality.

Patients may want to steer clear of healthcare providers that have been accused of fraud and abuse of the Medicare system, according to new research that shows a risk of beneficiary health and longevity among these providers.

Lack of understanding about healthcare insurance is impacting the health of Americans.

Racial bias has been uncovered in health algorithms, negatively affecting black patients, according to new research published in Science.

Between one-third and half of all nurses and doctors in the U.S. are feeling symptoms of burnout.

Cleveland Clinic has released its rankings for the best medical innovations for 2020.