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Patricia Salber, MD, MBA
A consistent feature of many mass murders in the US is easy access to guns. We could fix this without a ban if we would do what Japan does.
A fragility fracture may be the first obvious sign of osteoporosis. It should trigger an evaluation of bone health, including bone density.
Bringing on a personal trainer can be a key to finally getting fit. Here are 10 questions you should ask before hiring one.
Doximity's Physician Compensation report revealed that income growth slowed and the gender wage gap grew in 2020 due to the pandemic..
Fake health news stories are flooding the internet. Here's how you can determine the credibility of the information and its publisher.
Joe Kvedar, MD, President of ATA, joins Pat Salber, MD, CEO and Editor of The Doctor Weighs In, for an in-depth telehealth update.
The well-documented COVID19 chapter of Abramson's book, Proof of Conspiracy, details our early failure to respond. Here's why it matters.
If you combine an insatiable desire to expand skills with a fearlessness to walk away, you can have a long, exciting career in medicine.
After being diagnosed with a rare eye disease, a doctor learns the best treatment is immunosuppression-a risky choice in the midst of COVID19
Dr. Bobby Reddy discusses the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the care of cancer patients, including changes to treatment and way care is delivered.
The RISK studies on survivors' mental health after the Katrina disaster provide a road map of how we should respond to disastrous hurricanes in the future.
A small study of seriously ill COVID-19 patients administered acalabrutinib, a BTK inhibitor and repurposed lymphoma drug, showed very promising results.