For all of its known flaws, the Affordable Care Act has extended coverage to millions of Americans, and was saved in the U.S. Senate by a slim margin. It's time for Congress to put aside partisan differences and come together to strengthen and heal Obamacare instead of trying to bring it down.
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Lifestyle modification may outperform medications over time for diabetes prevention in at-risk adults, meta-analysis finds
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Recurrence of estrogen-receptor-positive early-stage breast cancer after endocrine therapy associated with TN status at diagnosis
The best way to treat transgender individuals in the ambulatory care setting involves coordination headed by culturally competent primary care.
A 40-year-old trophy-winning professional knitter reports increasing shortness of breath and dry cough for the past week, as well as hoarseness and throat pain for the past three days. Upon questioning, she reports feeling “feverish” and being unusually tired of late. Following a review of systems, physical exam, and lab tests, what is the most likely diagnosis?
Patients who receive friendly, competent information are more likely to trust their clinicians, and customer service begins with the management and the physicians setting an expectation for professional behavior among all staff and clinicians.
Mandy Krauthamer Cohen, MD, MPH, FACP, North Carolina's new secretary of its Department of Health and Human Services, sees government service as a way to help a wide constituency—patients.
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