Articles by Comarow, Avery
Dozens of E-mails arrived in response to my Sick Girl post from others who have had transplants and begged to disagree with Amy Silverstein.
In an emergency, doctors had better be able to find out fast if you're on a risky medication.
A fairly common heart condition, mitral valve prolapse, seems to have killed a young police officer.
Please back slowly away from that antibiotic bottle, ma'am. Don't lie down in the CT scanner, sir. You could get hurt.
It's no picnic, says the author of a new book. In fact, it's hell.
The diabetes drug's risks pale next to unhealthy habits.
Drug interactions and unknown risks of new medications loom as a hazard for the aging U.S. population.
A scathing report on the Food and Drug Administration has created scarcely a ripple, says an expert commentator.
Blood cultures could be throwing hospital caregivers off course by underreporting infectious bugs.
Physicians can't seem to break the dangerous habit of abbreviating when they write prescriptions.