On Religion and Public Health
On considering religion a social determinant of health, and the opportunities it presents for partnership towards improving population health.
Surgeons Who Fully Disclose Adverse Events Fare Better
Physicians who have difficult conversations with patients and families are more “negatively affected” by adverse events.
framingham heart study
Association Found Between Atrial Fibrillation and Reduced Brain Volume
Heart problem is linked with smaller frontal lobe volume.
Two stories that illustrate the importance of courage in promoting the health of the public.
Health Benefits Identified in Offshore Wind Farms
Simulated facilities projected to have climate and health benefits of millions of dollars a year.
Stronger Efforts Needed on Concurrent Opioid and Benzodiazepine Use
Forty percent of people seeking opioid detoxification also report taking potentially dangerous mix of Xanax and other benzodiazepines.