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This year’s community stories touched on the overdose crisis, sickle cell disease, and the mental health toll of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This year's most popular stories include an audio series on medical residents' sleep health, LGBTQ clinician privacy, medical emergencies in the air, and more.
New research shines a spotlight on the vital need for early structural interventions to address care disparities children with an incarcerated parent face
More than 200 million people have peripheral artery disease, but the best path of treatment for the most severe cases hasn't been studied until now.
In the final part of our audio series, BMC sleep experts and residents dive into the science of sleep and how shift workers can achieve quality sleep.
Black doctors in emergency medicine have only increased by 0.32% in the last three decades. And it’s likely hurting Black patients.
Inspired by their Aunt Winnie, the McCourty twins have made finding a cure for sickle cell disease a driving force of their life's work off the football field.
Through residents' sleep diaries and expert interviews, this audio series unpacks the gravity of sleep health.
In a hypothetical firm of 10,000 employees, researchers estimated $232,000 of lost wage value annually due to substance use disorder-related absenteeism.
Advanced technology helps researchers hone in on gene function, informing development of treatment for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.