Your NEJM Group Today: Gun Control Editorial / Noontime Light for Bipolar Depression / Kentucky Gastroenterology Opportunity — Physician’s First Watch

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October 5, 2017

Your NEJM Group Today: Gun Control Editorial / Noontime Light for Bipolar Depression / Kentucky Gastroenterology Opportunity

By the Editors

Take a look at today's offering from NEJM Group:

New England Journal of Medicine: The Journal's editors ask: "For years under both Republican and Democratic administrations, Congress has been afraid to do anything about regulating guns, even those that are designed for mass shootings. What will it take to get some legislative action? A shooting of 1000? 5000?"

NEJM Journal Watch Psychiatry: Bright light at midday for 6 weeks produced remission in 68% of participants with bipolar depression, compared with 22% receiving dim red light.

NEJM CareerCenter: Owensboro Health Regional Hospital in Kentucky is seeking a gastroenterologist.

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