A JAMA case series sheds light on medical mystery of U.S. workers reporting neurological and other disturbances from their time in Havana.
The findings suggest policies on nicotine concentration levels in e-cigarettes could affect adolescents’ tobacco use.
The new journal, JAMA Network Open, will follow the same rigorous peer review, editorial and publishing standards as the other JAMA Network journals.
Intimate-partner violence screening is backed by evidence, yet tools to help physicians take action have fallen short.
Some cutaneous diseases happen more frequently in patients of color. They also present differently than in white patients or are misunderstood.