Harmless viruses could kill drug-resistant bacteria lurking in hospitals.
Simply opening windows and doors could help prevent the airborne spread of germs inside hospitals, medical researchers now report.
A new hospital gown could give patients a stylish cover-up plus a shield against lethal bacteria known to lurk in hospitals where people are already weakened by another illness.
Golf and trampolines are both worse than wrestling. And surprisingly, football comes in at No. 3.
Medicare patients at hospitals ranked in the top 5 percent have a 27 percent lower chance of dying.
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