(MedPage Today) -- What's the role and value of MRI in spine injury diagnosis?
(MedPage Today) -- When it comes to domestic life for physicians, things have changed since an oversexed and gory 1971 film with Gene Hackman called "Doctors' Wives" featured as one of its taglines, "Doctors' wives have everything. Except husbands."
(MedPage Today) -- While the number of Ebola cases in West Africa continues to mount, there are bright spots in the outbreak, according to the World Health Organization.
(MedPage Today) -- A new and more plausible explanation has been offered for the spike in drug withdrawals and postmarketing boxed warnings that occurred in 2005.
(MedPage Today) -- San Antonio has changed the way it deals with emergency calls involving mental illness, saving the city $50 million over 5 years and reducing the number of mentally ill patients in jail.
(MedPage Today) -- A regular update on what?s new in surgery from our friends at Pain Medicine News.
(MedPage Today) -- Parents are refusing vitamin K injections for newborns at roughly the same rate as they have been rejecting vaccine recommendations, and the results have been similarly troubling, researchers reported.
(MedPage Today) -- Pelzman's Picks is a compilation of links to blog posts, articles, tweets, journal studies, opinion pieces, and news briefs related to primary care that caught the eye of Fred Pelzman, MD.
(MedPage Today) -- Take some of our quizzes to see how your diagnostic skills measure up to those of our other readers.
(MedPage Today) -- Hospitalizations, readmission rates, and mortality outcomes have declined for patients with acute coronary syndrome and stroke from 1999 to 2011, researchers reported.