It's no surprise that smoking for years can change the way the brain processes nicotine, creating a well-worn pattern of craving and satisfaction that's difficult to break.
In a recent Rand study commissioned by the American Medical Association, doctors said being able to provide high quality healthcare is the primary driver of their satisfaction. However, the study also found the number of...
The new federal budget contains a proposal to spend more to mint new physicians. But it doesn't go nearly far enough — and without fixing the doctor shortage, reforming the health care system is a fantasy.
Two decades after the passage of a landmark law mandating that women be represented in government-funded medical research, a new report reveals that the world of science is still ignoring women's unique health issues far more than it should.
Only about 40 percent of family doctors and pediatricians remain independent, according to the American Medical Association — and many, including Dr. Ragland, feel that harsh economic winds that were already pushing against them have been accelerated by the Affordable...
Academy member, Blake C. Papsin, MD, is quoted. About a year ago, pediatric otolaryngologist Blake Papsin went into a patient's room at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. He was surprised by the roar of a sleep machine the parents had brought to help their child...
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