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The editors of the top medical journals in the U.S. have come together to denounce the epidemic of gun violence and offer steps healthcare professionals can take.
The American College of Physicians again declines to endorse the practice but provides articulate commentary both in support and in opposition.
Glycemic monitoring, goals, and pharmacologic therapies endorsed by the American Diabetes Association
Two experts in disaster relief speak on the physical and emotional health sequelae of Harvey, Irma, and other natural disasters.
Dr. Paul Sax considers a tough case of persistent low-level viremia.
Robust clinical data show that sepsis incidence and sepsis-related mortality have remained stable.
Yes; in three randomized trials, birth cohort screening was three to eight times more effective than risk-based screening.
A single genetic mutation may have caused the Zika virus to be particularly pathogenic during the 2015–2016 outbreak in Latin America, researchers report in Science.
FDA approval gives us another option that should not be overused.
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommends a single dose of vaccine for certain adult travelers to areas with active cholera transmission.
The main issue in antiretroviral therapy for pregnant women is to determine what’s safest for the pregnancy outcome, says Dr. Paul Sax, who takes a look at several studies and recommendations.
This recommendation calls for a return to AZT/3TC-based regimens in pregnant women; other expert panels strongly disagree.
Small changes have been made to human papillomavirus and meningococcal vaccination schedules.
Treatment options are limited, and supporting evidence generally is poor.