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In light of the latest issues concerning gun control, sexual assault, and healthcare in America, we’re offering a list of resources for you to look through. The Las Vegas shooting that killed fifty-nine people and injured more than five hundred has us talking about gun control again. Even though, just a couple of weeks later, the media seem to have moved on to other topics, we need to keep the conversation going. Read more →

Link Roundup: Pink Slips and Poor Health, Stepford Sluts, and the Value of Marriage

A look at recent Beacon media mentions. Read more →

Danielle Ofri, one of many doctors writing about their experiences with patients, discusses her own approach to ensuring patient privacy. Read more →

Today's post is from Danielle Ofri, writer and practicing internist at New York City's Bellevue Hospital. She is the editor-in-chief of the Bellevue Literary Review. Her newest book is Medicine in Translation: Journeys with my Patients. This post originally appeared... Read more →

If asked what a doctor does, most people would probably come up with the standard description of diagnosing and treating disease. But that turns out to be only a part of the job, often a very small part. Read more →