The government has offered a financial incentive to get GPs to cut down on their prescribing.
The government has failed to reach a deal with doctors over a new contract.
Despite a government crackdown, scalpers continue to tout tickets for advance consultations at Chinese hospitals.
After a U.S. airstrike on a Kunduz hospital, payments for the wounded and dead are under attack.
Aid group says that up to 40 percent of the victims were women and children.
Patients with depression who were exposed to direct sunlight left the hospital four days quicker.
Authors of a new study look at half a century of research on depression during residency.
Around 95 percent of Aleppo's doctors have been killed or detained, or have fled the city.
According to a new report, almost all the city's physicians have fled, been killed or been detained during Syria's civil war.
NGOs say 313 medical facilities have been struck since war broke out in 2011.
The group evacuates the Afghanistan city after a U.S.-led airstrike hit its clinic.
Doctors Without Borders says the airstrike violated international humanitarian law.
After years of onerous fees and bogus recertification tests, the agency in charge has been diagnosed as diseased
Apps are about to make most doctor's appointments obsolete.
The device has the potential to improve the accuracy of biopsies and reduce errors when operating on the small blood vessels of children.
21-year-old man first patient to successfully adapt to the donor organ after nine-hour operation.
The NHS says digital technologies could save it £3 billion a year.
A new study reveals how many Dutch physicians would consider helping people die to end their nonphysical suffering, such as psychiatric diseases, dementia or being "tired of living."