With a few months under their belts, new doctors need confidence -- but not too much.
If your church is endorsing a "health screening fair," it must be good, right?
As new doctors spend their first days in the hospital, they learn what their lives are really going to be.
The age of digitzed medicine is here. But for all its promises of simplifying doctors' visits, the technology also risks alienating the very people it's meant to help.
Medical schools are expanding, but more doctors are choosing to work in hospitals, where the pay and schedules are better.