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The United States Preventive Services Task Force has updated their 2013 recommendations for clinician interventions to prevent maltreatment in children.
Women who were exposed to sexual harassment and/or assault were found to experience higher blood pressure, poorer sleep, and mood changed that can affect mental health.
A case and commentary published in the AMA Journal of Ethics discusses the ethics of primary care physician response to direct-to-consumer genetic testing results of concerned patients.
Antibiotic resistance is a nationwide issue that affects every state. How do we combat it?
The AAFP found that there was more robust scientific evidence to support the 2014 guidelines.
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