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Why I Became A Primary Care Physician

05/28/2014 – 2:25 PM |
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By Steven Stroll, MD
I’ve been around medicine my entire life. I am the son, grandson, nephew, husband, cousin and brother-in-law of doctors. After years of …

Should Doctors Participate in the Death Penalty?

05/02/2014 – 3:41 PM |
death penalty

By now, you’ve heard about the execution-gone-bad in Oklahoma where inmate Clayton Lockett died of a heart attack forty minutes after his lethal injection began and was abruptly …

Doctors Ask For Ban On E-Cigarettes To Kids

03/10/2014 – 6:54 PM |
e-cigarettes

By Bruce A. MacLeod, MD and Allen Nussbaum, MD

Electronic cigarettes could be a “gateway” that introduces youth to smoking.

That’s what researchers from the Center for Tobacco …

Are Doctors Screening Their Patients for Hepatitis B?

02/14/2014 – 4:50 PM |
hepatitis

By Curtis T. Miyamoto, MD
I recently met with Chari Cohen, MPH DrPh(c), Director of Public Health, and Kuan-Lung Daniel Chen, MPH, CPH, Program Manager, of …

NY Times’ Bill Keller Slams Cancer Patient’s ‘Twitter Therapy;’ Now Everyone Hates Bill Keller

01/15/2014 – 7:20 PM |
breast cancer ribbon

By Brad Broker
New York Times columnist Bill Keller has made himself the news for his recent remarks about the blog and Twitter feed of Lisa Bonchek Adams, who writes about …

Chasing Ghosts:
 An Inside Look at The Mind of a Surgeon

09/17/2013 – 6:06 PM |
Surgery

By Dr. Ismael Nuño, MD
Chasing ghosts in the operating room sounds supernatural, but it is actually something we surgeons really do. Each one of us …