The ongoing drinking water contamination in Flint, Michigan, serves as a wake-up call to physicians about their public health duties during such crises.
Physicians urge senators to oppose Graham-Cassidy and any legislation that would jeopardize health insurance for tens of millions of Americans.
Young men especially appear less likely to make use of the health system to get their hypertension under control.
Tumor genome testing can identify additional cancer treatment options, but interpreting and applying the results to patient care remains a challenge.
Overdose deaths up again among 15- to 19-year olds. A new pediatric practice model holds promise as a solution to specialist shortages.