The critical shortage of organs isn’t going away. Revising the current guidelines about who should be a donor—and who should be a recipient—might save lives.
Climate change becomes a flashpoint for a new generation of physician activists.
Prolapse of the pelvic organs is uncomfortable and widespread, and its treatments are sometimes dangerous. But new approaches are on the way.
For nurses and doctors, abuse from patients is just part of the job. But as attacks mount, hospitals are trying to defuse the tension.
The California Death Certificate Project is finding the physicians associated with opioid overdoses. Is it justice or a witch hunt?
Health officials know how to stop the spread of sexually transmitted diseases. So why the growing epidemic?
Peter L. Slavin and Timothy G. Ferris discuss the need to end workplace violence in health care.
The 18th Amendment launched the most sweeping health experiment in U.S. history. Physicians—then and now—have debated its complex legacy.
As the role of the pharmacist changes, one program explores how it can help people with heart disease and other conditions.
Guidelines for operating room attire may change in 2019 and ease tension over donning the controversial bouffant.
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