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I must confess, I do not frequently read articles in dermatology journals, but this one, Evaluating Industry Payments Among Dermatology Clinical Practice Guidelines Authors,
caught my eye

Imagine going into the office or wherever your place of employment happens to be.

Before the eye-rolling begins – "Oh no, not another concussion article" – let's remember that jockeys, who are largely overlooked if not relatively invisible in the sporting world, are people, too.

Jambalaya, a southern Louisiana derivative of the Spanish paella, is said to have derived its name from the French “jambon” meaning ham and the “aya,” the African term for rice.

A Missouri court of appeals recently tossed out a decision to award $72 million (ten million dollars in actual damages and $62 million in punitive damages) to a w

While wildfires, floods and earthquakes threaten everyone in their paths, older folks are distinctly more vulnerable, as exemplified by the fact that of the people who died in the recent northern California wildfires, most were over 65 years old.

In a type of contrition, Neal Barnard and his colleagues write about The Misuse of Meta-analysis in Nutrition Research, in this week's JAMA.