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3 women in medicine whose lane is preventing gun violence – American Medical Association

As tragic mass shootings continue to dominate headlines, physicians have been told to “stay in their lane” when speaking out against gun violence in the U.S. However, many decline to conform to the naysayers. Instead, many doctors are standing tall and declaring that this is, indeed, their lane. As the fight for stricter background-check laws… Read More »

Viewpoints: Teaching Complicated Information About Vaccines Isn’t A Job For Celebs; American Lives Plus Democracy Threatened By Shooter’s Manifesto

Editorial writers weigh in on these health issues and others. The New York Times: Who Cares What Celebrities Think About Vaccines? Last week, just ahead of back-to-school season, New York State health officials issued emergency regulations limiting medical exemptions from vaccination requirements for kids attending schools or day care centers. What do celebrities think about… Read More »

Members Move Medicine: This family physician seeks joy every day – American Medical Association

The AMA “Members Move Medicine” series profiles a wide variety of doctors, offering a glimpse into the passions of women and men navigating new courses in American medicine. On the move with: Robert A. Lee, MD, a family physician at the Iowa Clinic in Johnston. He is also a member of the Iowa Medical Society.… Read More »