Patients who track their steps and get daily encouragement and feedback take nearly 1,000 more steps a day. All those steps can add up to better health outcomes.
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.