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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.
In this latest study, proton-pump inhibitors were not associated with cognitive impairment.
Bright light at midday for 6 weeks produced remission in 68% of participants, compared with 22% receiving dim red light, with no mood switches.
Adolescent girls take longer than boys to recover from their first sports-related concussion.
The prevalence of high-risk drinking and alcohol use disorder increased sharply over a decade, constituting a public health crisis, a JAMA Psychiatry study concludes.
Genetic testing of your depressed patient will not help you find the right medication.