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MOST PEOPLE probably don't realize it, but Congress has just passed the most significant health care system reform legislation since the Medicare programs and Medicaid were adopted back in the 1960s, says former US Surgeon General C. Everett Koop, MD, ScD.
Speaking at a University of...
AFTER MONTHS of talk about shortcomings in the way the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) goes about its job, Congress is finally moving toward developing comprehensive legislation that will, it is hoped, improve the agency's performance.
Sen Nancy Kassebaum (R, Kan), chair of the Labor and...
IN THE MID 1980s, the homicide rate for young men increased rapidly, while homicide rates for other age groups remained the same or declined. What triggered this spasm of violent death in the statistical record?
There seemed to be general agreement among the professors of law, criminology,...
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