Meharry Medical College is one of four HBCUs partnering with the American Cancer Society.
New treatments, research and leadership - Middle Tennessee has a lot going on in oncology care.
Insights from a leading orthopedic trauma surgeon who recently visited Nashville for the Clinical Orthopaedic Society (COS) 2021 annual meeting in early November. Robert Harris, MD serves as First President-Elect for the COS.
Fanning the flames of emotional and physical pain, the global COVID-19 pandemic has added fuel to opioid use, driving the epidemic to new heights.
Substance use disorder knows no racial, economic, sexual orientation, age or gender boundaries. Fighting it requires a concerted effort on all fronts.
Nashville's unique treatment center is building stronger women and families by renewing hope.
The latest report from United Health Foundation finds areas of strength and opportunities for improvement in addressing health needs for women and children in Tennessee.
Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation Position Statement Recommends Addressing Palliative Care Early in Patient Journey
The Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (PFF) has issued a position statement that recommends healthcare providers address the incorporation of palliative care early in the medical journey of patients living with pulmonary fibrosis (PF).
An international phenomenon of involuntary movements and vocalizations in adolescent girls, similar to the tics seen in Tourette syndrome, is now believed to be a functional movement disorder.