"It's a medical decision that should be left to the doctor and the patient, not forced on people by the state," Bhattacharya said.
Dr. Sherri Tenpenny, an anti-vaxxer, told Ohio lawmakers they would be responsible for the injuries and deaths that the COVID-19 vaccine causes if they oppose a bill prohibiting mandatory vaccinations.
A doctor has taken to TikTok to share his views on the prior authorization process used in the U.S. health care system—in the form of a very creative video.
Christy Daniel Cugini, a Florida physician, was arrested on Tuesday after officials found a large quantity of drugs and homemade bombs in his home.
Epidemiologist Dr. Wu Lien-teh was tasked with controlling an outbreak of plague in Manchuria in 1910.
Philadelphia Police said the suspect was taken into custody after he stabbed the doctor who was treating him at Pennsylvania Hospital.
Dr. Marty Makary argues that more than half of the American population has reached herd immunity and predicts that the coronavirus pandemic will be "mostly gone" by April.
After an already superhuman effort over the last year, working through successive surges in caseloads and the end not yet in sight, three quarters of frontline health care workers report feeling overwhelmed.
Dr. Hakan Gokal's lawyer says that had he not taken the vial, the vaccine doses would have expired and been unusable anyway.
Dr. Omar Atiq, an oncologist who founded a cancer treatment center in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, sent out a holiday greeting to patients before Christmas, letting them know their outstanding payments would be cleared.
Douglas Allen Arenberg, a pulmonary diseases specialist with Michigan Medicine, said the wait has been "demoralizing" as many states begin to roll out doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
The doctor also clears up some other misconceptions about wearing face masks and oxygen levels for Newsweek.
A lot of women do not menstruate. As a doctor I see a lot of women who suffer from medical conditions that make them unable to menstruate—people with eating disorders, people suffering with stress and depression or those who have infertility issues.
"I was so short of breath and I couldn't breath, and I just wanted to tell my kids that they are the most important thing in the world to me," Dr. Julie John told CNN.
Ronny Jackson told reporters White House medical staff took various measures to improve the president's diet and help him lose pounds.
In their encounter in Des Moines, Pence told the doctor he hadn't heard about the planned cuts.
Merit Ptah is frequently cited as the first female physician—even though there is no solid evidence she existed, says medical historian Jakub Kwiecinski.
Dr. Jeffrey Cohen, the president of Allegheny General Hospital, lived across the street from the Tree of Life synagogue and treated the suspect.
The explosion killed at least five people and is believed to have involved a new nuclear-powered cruise missile.
It is suspected that the doctor injected 24 patients aged from 8 to 80, between 2008 and 2016.
"The reality for many people in this country is that seeking medical care means weighing one's health against one's wallet."
Kyle Larson told patients his name was Dr. Kyle Ellis and allegedly prescribed his own Ritalin and amoxicillin medication.
The doctor borrowed the money about 20 years ago and claims she was set up by the patient.
"Neither their medical license nor their white lab coat will protect them from enormous consequences of illegal drug distribution."
Ilija Loncar, 30, requested treatment for flu-like symptoms, but ended up with a gangrenous right arm.
Dr. Gary Tigges quit his leadership roles after making comments that left his female colleagues "deeply hurt and offended."