Research increasingly shows that preconceptions around gender and race can cloud clinical thinking.
Some diagnoses cause damage to health. The issue is increasingly of interest to physicians.
The route to a diagnosis is straightforward in modern medicine, right? It’s anything but, according to Bedside Rounds host Adam Rodman.
For a century, carefully selected MGH patient histories have illuminated the art of medicine.
New data may solve two of the most famous “cold cases” in medical history—the deaths of Ernest Shackleton and Edgar Allen Poe.
Should primary care physicians be trained to spot unusual, medically important cases?
Neurologist Anne Louise Oaklander investigates a cause of chronic pain that is treatable without opioids.
Testing cells in the nostril may change how doctors diagnose the deadliest form of cancer.
A new, nationwide team of experts gives the toughest medical cases a chance at a breakthrough.
Medical images are the next frontier for the data revolution, and a new research center plans on taking a closer look.
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