American Psychiatric Association
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Whenever I hear supporters of the Graham-Cassidy bill talk about why it should be passed, the main reason seems to be that
An old ethics rule on discussing public figures' mental health is sparking debate.
According to health policy expert Daniel E. Dawes, “The Senate bill is an even meaner bill than the House bill.” Dawes (who
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The Obamacare repeal bill kicks lottery winners off Medicaid, but some may need treatment for gambling addiction.
The Professional Ethical Challenge Of Publicly Discussing A President Who Appears Cognitively Compromised
The alarm raised this week has rekindled a debate that has been ongoing since last year’s primary season regarding the role