Homeopathic Oversight

April 22, 2015

In the wake of new evidence of ineffectiveness and potential risks, the FDA is considering changing the way it regulates homeopathic drugs

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As research moves healthcare into the modern era, what of our evolving understanding of the interpersonal elements of medical care and the difference they can make to patient outcomes?

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What we do and don’t know about providing good care to trans patients — and what’s likely to change soon

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Johns Hopkins experts, including our Joseph Carrese, MD, MPH, discuss the regulations and importance of an Institutional Review Board and the guiding principles they operate by (video)

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A trip to the former Armed Forces Medical Museum in Silver Spring, MD

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How We Die

March 30, 2015

Recent stories on death and dying offer interesting perspectives on discussing, preparing for and coping with an inevitable part of all of our lives

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Should diagnoses be crafted to clarify their use as criminal charges?

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No matter how a child is made, is there any “act of love” greater than parenthood?

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