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Clinical support tools, such as mobile apps, are becoming a regular part of patients' medical experience.
Facebook's recent suicide prevention efforts have sparked debate in the public health community.
The FDA has announced a new plan to significantly modernize the regulation and oversight of dietary supplements.
As the government shutdown drags in to its second month, physicians who treat opioid use disorders are being backed against a wall.
While recent Medicaid expansion has reduced uninsured rates among patients with AMI, it has not improved quality of care or patient outcomes.
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