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This is one of many interesting anatomical works in quilled paper by artist Sara Yakawonis. You can see more of her work on her blog …

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Congratulations to the School of Medicine's Class of 2012 and to their families! This year, U.S. Food and Drug Administration commissioner Margaret Hamburg, MD, a longtime public health …

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A Stanford study published last month found that 3.6 percent of U.S. adults sleepwalk. That means that more than 8.4 million Americans could be wandering in the …

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Over at ScienceDaily, there's really interesting story-behind-the-story coverage of a groundbreaking but ethically complex scientific trial. Last year, the HIV Prevention Trials Network 052 trial …

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In a recent thought-provoking piece on the PLoS Medicine community blog, Paul Wicks, PhD, director of research and development at PatientsLikeMe, argues that open access …

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Unlike was the case several decades ago, and as I mentioned just yesterday, female physicians are no longer a rarity. So why do some people …