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Do Patients Do Better if Their Hospital Room Has a Nice View?
Whether it's of a brick wall, sky, or nature, hospital window view doesn't really matter.
Trump repeats his pledges: new health plan, competitive bids on Medicare drugs.
The report documents two dozen high school deaths over 10 years between 2005 and 2014.
Balaji Srinivasan and Jim O'Neill have both previously derided the FDA's role.
Luis Macias, MD, FACS, may not have had an epiphany moment regarding his career decision, but he's always wanted to care for others.
The MD Magazine editors rounded up the 10 best stories from December—did you read them all?
Smoking teens, rogue genes, and mashed-up hookworms are among the many diverse, fascinating, and important asthma topics that came out of 2016.
Sitagliptin tablets proved more convenient and equally safe and effective as insulin injections in achieving glycemic control for people with diabetes admitted to hospitals for medical care or surgery, a five-center study found.
Despite the fact that two thirds of stroke survivors could suffer from a visual impairment, nearly half of stroke units do not even assess vision. A recent report suggests that more must be done to assess the outlook for vision in stroke survivors.

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