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By Cat Wise
AIDS awareness posters were part of domestic and international public health campaigns to promote HIV testing, safe sex and better knowledge of the virus and disease. Here is a sample of the 6200 posters physician Edward Atwater collected that are…
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Dr. Jack Kevorkian in His Own Words…
In the latest in a series on health reform, Betty Ann Bowser reports from California on what's being done to inspire medical students to address a shortage of primary care doctors.
During a Senate confirmation hearing Thursday, Health and Human Services nominee Tom Daschle pledged to lead a bipartisan health care reform effort, based on evidence and not ideology. Experts discuss the challenges he will face if confirmed.
While universal healthcare legislation in Massachusetts means more people today are insured, the new demand for primary care doctors outstrips the supply. Educational loans, low wages and fights with insurance companies are turning growing numbers of students away from the…
The American Medical Association apologized on Thursday for its history of discrimination aimed at preventing African-Americans from gaining membership. Experts offer insight into the statement and the history behind it.
Dr. William Davis, a family practice physician at Winona Family Medicine, discusses the use of electronic health records.
U.S. health care spending is expected to increase dramatically over the next decade, from $2 trillion to over $4 trillion by 2016, according to a government report released Wednesday. NewsHour health correspondent Susan Dentzer explains the report.
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