A new study of non-black hospital residents finds those experiencing symptoms of burnout show higher levels of racial bias.
Many old doctors argue long work weeks are necessary training for a demanding job. Others worry about unsafe working conditions.
Research shows that house calls are an excellent way to deliver care, providing better outcomes and lowering costs. So why aren't we funding more of them?
High doctor pay keeps American health-care costs high. Without debt relief, it will be hard to get doctors on board for lower pay.
New research suggests the provision allowing people to stay on their parents' health insurance means more young people are getting treatment.
A lack of support from the medical establishment for those practicing the profession has led to a high attrition rate and tough psychological problems.
In wooing a doctor, even a single meal makes a difference.
New research finds presenting them with actual numbers can change their behavior.
With Miranda Bailey's heart attack, sexism in medicine gets much-deserved mainstream treatment.
New research finds medical students who enjoy music and art have qualities that make them better, and less-stressed, doctors.
New research finds a majority of opioids prescriptions came from office-based doctors, not emergency departments.
A new study reports doctors in at least one hospital were prescribing far more pills than patients used.
Some Medicare beneficiaries are being prescribed opioids by 10 or more doctors, or are filling prescriptions for more than 1,000 pills a month.
It's not just a few bad apples.
Too often, doctors aren't using sound science when they prescribe a drug for unapproved uses, a new study finds.
Filmmaker Sasha Kapustina is capturing this unique profession as it becomes an integral part to hospitals in Jerusalem.