News and updates about research in health and medicine.

A recent article in the Journal of Women’s Health argues that medical schools need to incorporate the role of sex and gender in determining appropriate patient treatments in their curricula. According to "Sound Medicine" healthy living expert Theresa Rohr Kirchgraber, M.D., dementia, coronary artery disease and cancer affect men and women differently; she agrees with the journal’s position that an increase in gender education for medical students and current medical professionals will decrease mortality and morbidity.

Ultrasounds, A Mood Booster

May 31, 2014

Ultrasounds can be used to image organs and see babies still in the womb, but did you know ultrasounds could work as a mood booster?

Latest in Translational Medicine

May 31, 2014

Boadie Dunlop, M.D., visits "Sound Medicine" to explain how new brain scans can help people find the right treatment for depression.

Advances In Prosthetic Limbs

May 31, 2014

Anesthesia And Dementia In Elderly Patients

May 31, 2014