A Q&A on getting good therapy — and why evidenced-based treatments are vital in mental healthcare.
Patients value empathy in the exam room. Doctors think they display a lot of it. Patients feel otherwise.
Most of us google symptoms. We shouldn't feel the need to hide our internet research in the exam room.
Every year, thousands of Americans join clinical trials to try new treatments or just do their part for science.
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Remote health monitoring could revolutionize healthcare — but are doctors ready to handle an avalanche of patient data?
Why doesn't the U.S. take medical clowning seriously?
Donating your health data to science is an easy way to do some good — but you still need to think about security.
More than 30 years after seasonal affective disorder was first identified, understanding the condition remains a work in progress.
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