Members of the American Psychological Association voted against allowing psychologists to resume work at certain detention centers like the one in Guantánamo Bay, Cuba

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Clinics should release information on pregnancy rates based on age, says the RCOG

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Your first bout of flu may determine how you fare during the next pandemic. That’s why scientists are trying to understand immunologic imprinting

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And male doctors do better when they have more female colleagues

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According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 44.7 million adults in the U.S. currently live with mental illness, 19.2 million of whom are receiving treatment in the form of counseling and prescription medication

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History is repeating itself. Twenty years ago, a pain management crisis existed. As many as 70 percent of cancer patients in treatment at that time, or in end-of-life care, experienced unalleviated pain

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and what doctors should tell patients about it. In this personal talk, Travis Rieder recounts the painful, often-hidden struggle of opioid withdrawal

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Vaguely worded laws worldwide have increasingly put doctors at risk of legal reprisal for doing their jobs, with comments from our Len Rubenstein

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