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Yemen Dispatch: In Yemen, Lavish Meals for Few, Starvation for Many and a Dilemma for Reporters

By DECLAN WALSH

In embattled Yemen, the contrasts are stark as desperate beggars congregate outside markets filled with goods for anyone who can afford them. Should a journalist put down his notebook and help?

Doctors: Watching My Patient Die, Remotely

By MIKKAEL A. SEKERES, M.D.

As more and more hospitals have adopted electronic medical records, their records have become linked and you can follow your patients, virtually, hundreds of miles away.

Doctors: Watching My Patient Die, Remotely

By MIKKAEL A. SEKERES, M.D.

As more and more hospitals have adopted electronic medical records, their records have become linked and you can follow your patients, virtually, hundreds of miles away.

Trump Administration Invites Health Care Industry to Help Rewrite Ban on Kickbacks

By ROBERT PEAR

The goal is to open pathways for doctors and hospitals to work together to improve care and save money. The challenge will be to accomplish that without also increasing the risk of fraud.

U.K. Investigates 3,000 Foreign Medics, After Fake Doctor Is Exposed

By ALAN COWELL

A woman practiced medicine for two decades, claiming falsely to have credentials from New Zealand. The case came to light after she tried to defraud a patient.

Doctors: Grief as My Guide: How My Sister Made Me a Better Doctor

By JOSEPH D. STERN, M.D.

Even when she was gone, she was present in the patient sitting before me and in the way I was newly able to comfort and reassure her.

Doctors: Grief as My Guide: How My Sister Made Me a Better Doctor

By JOSEPH D. STERN, M.D.

Even when she was gone, she was present in the patient sitting before me and in the way I was newly able to comfort and reassure her.

Doctors: A Profusion of Diagnoses. That’s Good and Bad.

By DHRUV KHULLAR, M.D.

With millions of Americans taking risky medications for questionable diagnoses, have we medicalized everyday life?

Doctors: A Profusion of Diagnoses. That’s Good and Bad.

By DHRUV KHULLAR, M.D.

With millions of Americans taking risky medications for questionable diagnoses, have we medicalized everyday life?

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