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Dr. Todd Baker, who ran an emergency room in a military hospital in Baghdad, offers ideas about how to care for returning vets.
Reihan Salam of The National Review argues that private initiatives, not federal subsidies, are the way to get the country back on track.
Troops in Afghanistan and Iraq are battling a bacteria that’s resistant to antibiotics. While the military is confronting the problem, it may be a growing concern for civilian hospitals in the U.S.
As health care is attached in Congress and the courts, Dr. Atul Gawande discusses the quiet removal of one controversial provision: funding for end-of-life counseling, the so-called ‘death panels.’
As Congress continues to battle over funding for end-of-life counseling, NOW on PBS takes a first-hand look at how doctors help their patients plan for their final months.
A week in a large, busy emergency room in Brooklyn, as seen through the lens of VII photographer Ashley Gilbertson.
After decades of research, there’s a lot that we know about cancer, but what about its personality? Sid Mukherjee’s new “biography of cancer” tells the story of this deadly disease.