Because this sadly happens more than you might think.
Shorter med school curriculums are not the answer to our health care woes.
By Ashwin Vasan, Columbia University In global public health, 2016 was a year defined by the end of two important emergencies
The Institute's vice president, Courtney Baechler, MD, MSCE, provided details on the Institute's accomplishments and new
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Last of all, my veterans taught me that in the heat of the battle, you never leave behind your fallen battle buddy. For me
Primary care encompasses the very services for which other developed countries invest more health care dollars. Denmark, France
Historically, the medical community hasn’t been trained to talk to patients about sleep, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't be having the conversation. Sleep expert Michael Breus discusses why we need to talk to our doctors about sleep, because it plays a significant role in our overall health.
A quarter of patients got the wrong -- or no -- diagnosis, according to a new study.
This is the perfect opportunity for public health and health care to work together. Today, the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia