The costs of untreated hearing loss are both mundane and life-threatening, and increasing access to innovative, low-cost hearing technologies must be part of the policy response to the untreated hearing loss now experienced by millions of Americans.
This Viewpoint examines the strategies used by the US Department of Veterans Affairs to reduce the risks associated with opioid therapy among US veterans.
This Viewpoint reports that many cities have found that investments in active streets are investments in public health.
This Editorial evaluates population screening for celiac disease in light of the most recent USPSTF recommendation statement.
This randomized clinical trial assesses whether magnesium oxide supplementation is better than placebo for reducing the frequency of nocturnal leg cramps.
This randomized clinical trial reports the effects of medication reminder devices on patients’ adherence to their drug therapy.
This meta-analysis synthesizes the evidence about the association of thiazolidinedione therapy with advanced liver fibrosis in nonalcoholic steatohepatitis.
This pretest-posttest evaluation examines whether a primary care–based teleretinal diabetic retinopathy screening program reduces wait times and improves timeliness of needed care in Los Angeles.
This study compared faculty evaluation of male vs female emergency medicine resident milestone attainment throughout residency training.
This study examines the association between medical student race/ethnicity and induction into the Alpha Omega Alpha honor society.
This observational experiment uses scanner data to compare beverage sales in Howard County, Maryland, and control stores before and during a 3-year community campaign to decrease consumption of sugary beverages.
This retrospective data analysis investigates variation in spending across physicians and its association with patient outcomes.
This study examines the association of suicide, self-harm, and depression with 5α-reductase inhibitors for the treatment of prostatic enlargement among older men.
This study compares the mortality at hospitals during the time of accreditation review by The Joint Commission vs times when the hospitals are not under review.
This retrospective cross-sectional analysis examines the specificity and consistency of recommendations for surveillance after active treatment across cancer guidelines.
This database study uses information from the National Practitioner Data Bank to characterize paid malpractice claims by medical specialty.
This case report examines the diagnosis and staging of a man in his 60s with chronic lymphocytic leukemia.
This survey study finds that grand rounds audiences are not typically exposed to presenter lineups resembling their demographic gender profiles.
This review of FDA’s Drug Trials Snapshots Program evaluates the sex-specific findings reported as part of the approval process for all cardiovascular drugs that the FDA approved in 2015.
This study assesses military physicians’ readiness to treat patients with gender dysphoria.
This study examines the associations between household food insecurity and ideal cardiovascular health metrics in a national sample of US men and women.
This study examines the cognitive function and mental and physical health of 1889 patients aged 90 years who participated in the Cardiovascular Health Study.
This study uses publicly available data to estimate the amount of money that Medicaid lost due to the misclassification of brand-name epinephrine autoinjectors as generic products.
This study uses data from the Truven MarketScan Commercial Claims and Encounters database to track out-of-pocket spending among comercially insured patients for epinephrine autoinjectors between 2007 and 2014.