Stopping the scourge of social media misinformation on vaccines
The spread of vaccine-preventable disease has been matched by the spread of misinformation on vaccines. It’s time for social media’s top CEOs to step up to the plate.
Foods that spike a patient’s blood glucose are not what you think
When providing nutrition advice for patients with prediabetes, foods that can increase blood glucose levels are often not what you think. Here are three foods to watch out for.
AMA urges tech giants to combat vaccine misinformation
AMA sends letter to CEOs of leading tech and social media companies urging them to ensure user access to accurate, scientifically-sound vaccine information.
Accelerating Change in Medical Education
Medical students as change agents? How these six are doing it
The winners of a recent competition highlight how medical students can be catalysts for change at the health systems level.
Physicians united to push firearm background checks bill
Legislation reflecting AMA policy on background checks for firearm purchases is likely to pass the U.S. House, but may face a tough test in the Senate.
AMA presents government service award to FDA commissioner
The AMA presented FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, MD, with the Dr. Nathan Davis Award for Outstanding Government Service.
AMA presents government service award to director of Alaska Native Epidemiology Center
The AMA presented Dr. Ellen Provost with the Dr. Nathan Davis Award for Outstanding Public Service.
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