One would never expect a city of about 200,000 people to report more cases of sexually transmitted diseases (STD) than a city of 3.8 million, but that’s exactly what Columbus has done.
In Georgia, time off for certain emergencies and maternity leave is protected, but a paycheck is not.
The National Medical Association convenes in Atlanta starting this weekend. The goal is to come away with strategies and potential legislative action on gun violence which they call a health crisis in the U.S.
In this week’s Medical Minute, a “21-gene cell-death signature” researchers say could indicate, at the time of diagnosis, which patients are at increased risk of dying early and how to better treat their disease.
Public health pandemics have captured all of our imaginations at one time or another. We take a look at some of the most persistent theories about...