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In the 3 decades since Congress enacted the Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act, the statute has, as expected, spawned numerous lawsuits.
News from the FDA/CDC
The FDA has banned powdered gloves for use in health care settings, citing “numerous risks to patients and health care workers.”
Combating antibiotic resistance is a top public health priority in the United States and around the world, and having data to direct action is a...
The certification exam for the new subspecialty of addiction medicine will be held in fall 2017.
Antibiotic shortages are now a way of life, and physicians report that shortages are affecting patient care and outcomes.
In Part I of a series of commentaries unpacking U.S. trends in mental health services, Andrea Kablanian, MPH, and Lorenzo Norris, MD, examine the...
ACA repeal seems fairly likely; who will head the federal health care agencies is unknown.
Bertrand M. Bell, MD, Distinguished University Professor Emeritus at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, died at the age of 86 in his Manhattan...
Majorities of Democratic, Republican, and independent voters support making sure high-cost drugs for chronic conditions are affordable for...
Massachusetts had the nation’s lowest uninsured rate in 2015, and Texas had the highest
In residency training, each patient encounter trains us in the challenging practice of risk assessment in potentially dangerous situations.