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Does the Brain 'Remember' Antidepressants?
Individuals with major depressive disorder (MDD) often undergo multiple courses of antidepressant treatment during their lives. This is because the disorder can recur despite treatment and because finding the right medication for a specific individual can take time.
 
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Study: Physicians Treating Latinos Have High Hurdles to Jump
Experts have written about health care disparities between Latinos and non-Latino whites, mostly from a policy standpoint. They've also looked at the same disparities from the perspective of the patient, in terms of access, use and the quality of health care. But how do the physicians feel about the quality of care they provide? What challenges do doctors face in treating Latino patients, compared with physicians whose patients are primarily white and non-Latino?
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Declining Rates of US Male Circumcision Could Cost Billions
Procedure linked to prevention of sexually transmitted infections and related cancers
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Reflections of a Third-Year Resident
I turned from my computer to look Mr. W in the eye. His demeanor seemed more circumspect than argumentative. “Why not?” I asked. “I just disagree with you. I don’t think I need it.
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