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We have learned over time that some widely used therapies actually provide little benefit for most patients. Now several new studies should make us rethink some others.

Forced to end a marathon athletic quest just short of the finish line, our blogger said it was "okay." She explains why and how it applies to medicine.

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One US location has a higher incidence of HIV than “any country in sub-Saharan Africa.” What does this tell us about the inadequacies in our HIV prevention efforts?

Is there an alternative to practicing "churn-and-burn" medicine? Yes, says Dr Pamela Wible, and she will explain.

"I have lost my joy and my soul is sad. I never used to feel this way about medicine." Dr Pamela Wible offers her Rx.

Clearly, too much medicine can be very bad for your health. And it is also a disaster for the health of our economy.

I had never made a connection between a barbecued chicken wing and maintenance of certification (MOC) until my swim in the bay last week. Here’s my story.


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