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When Melissa Gonzalez excitedly tweeted that she had been accepted to medical school earlier this year, she had no idea the tweet would draw...
NEW ORLEANS – In Dr. Raffalli’s clinical experience, cyberbullying has become the bully’s weapon of choice.
News from the FDA/CDC
Unusual early spike related to increased influenza B activity, CDC says.
LOS ANGELES – “Finally, we have something else to help children and teenagers.”
Over 1 million plans were selected on the insurance exchanges during Dec. 1-7, but history suggests this week will be much busier.
From the Journals
CHICAGO – “The very great privilege of our profession ... is that we are privileged to examine [patients’] bodies, and to touch,” said Dr....
ATLANTA – The hope, first author Dr. Pui Y. Lee said, is that the finding will lead to quicker recognition and treatment of MAS.
ATLANTA – The phase 3 trial looked at flare rate out to 44 weeks after patients first met response criteria following 18 weeks of open-label...
A bipartisan bill would protect patients from surprise medical bills related to emergency care. But the proposed solution is not a good one,...