Experts explain the early successes of telemedicine and the work that must be done to encourage its expanded use in clinical practice.
A pediatrician identified increasing levels of lead in children after a change in the water supply and advocates for change in a way others cannot.
HPV vaccination coverage is stubbornly low. A study indicates a change in how the vaccine is recommended to patients’ parents can improve its initiation.
These articles will help patients understand dietary guidelines, health disparities, the AMA’s gun-violence policy, and state laws on tobacco purchases.
A public health researcher who found ways to measure racism says it helps account for persistent black-white gaps in life expectancy and care access.