This randomized trial assesses whether metformin (vs placebo) given for 5 years would improve invasive disease–free survival and other outcomes in patients with operable breast cancer without diabetes.
This retrospective cohort study estimated stroke outcomes among 3737 adult participants with asymptomatic severe carotid stenosis who did not undergo surgical intervention.
This observational study assesses the association of SARS-CoV-2 infection during pregnancy with risk of adverse maternal outcomes and preterm birth among a population-level Canadian cohort.
This study uses 2 large US health care claims databases (Medicare fee-for-service and the US Food and Drug Administration’s Sentinel System) to examine systemic corticosteroid use among nonhospitalized patients with COVID-19.
This study of Medicare claims data examines the prescribing of antibiotics to older US patients who had outpatient visits for COVID-19 in an effort to address unnecessary antibiotic use for viral infections.
This 2022 Recommendation Statement from the US Preventive Services Task Force concludes that the current evidence is insufficient to assess the balance of benefits and harms of screening for primary open-angle glaucoma in adults (I statement).
This systematic review to support the 2022 US Preventive Services Task Force Recommendation Statement on screening for glaucoma summarizes published evidence on the benefits and harms of screening and treatments for primary open-angle glaucoma in adults.
This Viewpoint discusses moving beyond traditional food assistance programs in the US and the role of research in achieving nutrition security to identify evidence-based solutions and intersectoral actions to eliminate nutrition disparities.
This Viewpoint highlights some of the ways in which common practices in health care perpetuate inequitable treatment of marginalized populations and summarizes ways in which systems thinking could reduce these gaps.
This Viewpoint reviews the strategic plan of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation and explores the key takeaways of the plan.
In this narrative medicine essay, an internist-psychiatrist offers a novel way to address physician burnout by celebrating 4.5-star ratings rather than 5-point ratings as the standard of meeting patient care goals to promote achieving a balanced life.
This JAMA Insights discusses long-acting reversible contraception, including implants and IUDs, and special considerations that clinicians should take into account when approaching contraceptive counseling.
This Medical News feature examines why the US cervical cancer mortality rate remains stagnant despite the disease being highly preventable.
This Medical News feature is based on an interview with Robert Califf, MD, who began his second stint as FDA commissioner in February.
This JAMA Patient Page summarizes the USPSTF’s recent recommendations on screening for primary open-angle glaucoma in adults.