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Embracing The Huntington’s Disease Community

I had chosen a seat towards the back of the conference room because I noticed the legendary Jimmy Pollard sitting there. I didn’t want to miss the chance to sit next to this Huntington’s disease (HD) advocate and all-around amazing person.

Mystery Wave Of Pneumonia Hits America; 142 Child Cases Of 'White Lung Syndrome'

Doctors in parts of Massachusetts and Ohio are reporting a spike in child pneumonia cases similar to the outbreak spreading in China and parts of Europe.

Doctor 'Wage Theft' Is Not Without Consequences

If you worked retail or behind a fast-food counter in the pre-digital age, you may remember the time clock and cha-chunk sound it made when you signed in and out of your job.

Why Are Americans Getting Shorter?

You already know we’re getting heavier. Rising obesity rates are as American as apple pie — a cliché that seems freshly relevant in this context. But did you know we’re also getting shorter?

How Much Pain Is 'Enough' To Prescribe Opioids?

Opioids remain a medical and regulatory black sheep in healthcare because we see their clinical value through overdose and mortality statistics.

Why You Age Slower On A Plane

Einstein correctly predicted that time slows when you're flying fast, but to experience "time dilation" most spectacularly, you'd have to travel into a black hole.

Record Number Of Physicians Now Board Certified

2023 saw a record number of physicians and medical specialists who were certified by the American Board of Medical Specialties — 988,737, according to a Dec. 11 news release.

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