6 lifestyle changes doctors wish patients would make
Wash hands, watch distance and wear a mask to protect against SARS-CoV-2—of course. But physicians advise these other key changes to protect health.
Lawsuit on FDA’s tobacco, nicotine regulation policy dismissed
FDA delayed safeguards as youth e-cigarette use skyrocketed. Physicians had urged court to uphold decision that agency start reviewing new products.
Medical School Life
5 ways the pandemic may transform medical education
Some innovations put in place for medical students during COVID-19 may remain in place well after the pandemic’s end.
Why graphic health warnings are needed on cigarette labels
Most fail to notice today’s cautions, and R.J. Reynolds liked it that way. AMA, other physician organizations urge federal court to allow bolder warnings.
How to prioritize chronic disease prevention with Latinx patients
The Latinx population is disproportionately affected by chronic diseases compared with other ethnic, racial and socioeconomic groups. Here’s how doctors can help.
It's time for the FDA to crack down on menthol flavoring
AMA joins lawsuit to compel FDA to ban menthol-flavored cigarettes. Agency’s failure to act has deadly consequences, especially for Black Americans.
American Medical Association (AMA) joins lawsuit against FDA
Menthol cigarettes have killed thousands of Americans, particularly African Americans, in the time the FDA has delayed action.
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