- Feature: Tips for Finding the Right Residency Program
- Medical Student Perspectives: Medicine—The Science and the Art: My Internal Medicine Clerkship Experience
- My Kind of Medicine: Leo J. Tauber, MD, FACP
- Analyzing Annals: LGBT Health Disparities
- Winning Abstracts: A Classic Disease Often Forgotten in Modern America
- Subspecialty Careers: Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
- In the Clinic: Asthma
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Feature: Tips for Finding the Right Residency Program
The search for data and facts on internal medicine residency programs can be a challenging task...More
Medical Student Perspectives: Medicine—The Science and the Art: My Internal Medicine Clerkship Experience
After two years of being exposed to the “science” of medicine, I looked forward to observing first-hand and practicing its “art.” As my internal medicine clerkship approached...More
My Kind of Medicine: Leo J. Tauber, MD, FACP
Dr. Tauber, who recently celebrated his 99th birthday, can still recall the moment he knew he wanted to become a doctor.More
Analyzing Annals: LGBT Health Disparities
The ACP position paper, Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Health Disparities: Executive Summary of a Policy Position Paper From the American College of Physicians, offers recommendations on how to reduce health disparities for LGBT persons in the health care system.More
Winning Abstracts from the 2015 Medical Student Abstract Competition: A Classic Disease Often Forgotten in Modern America
Lead toxicity had become commonplace after the Industrial Revolution secondary to increased occupational and environmental exposure. Fortunately, awareness and regulation since the 1970’s has vastly diminished lead exposure, making its toxicity a rarity.More
Subspecialty Careers: Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics
Combined Internal Medicine and Pediatrics (Med-Peds) residency programs provide concurrent, dual training in internal medicine and pediatrics, and allow eligibility for board certification and practice in both disciplines.More
Asthma is a common respiratory illness characterized by airway hyperresponsiveness and inflammation. It affects over 300 million people globally (1), including 22 million adults in the United States alone. Although asthma mortality in the United States has declined, the morbidity and costs remain substantial.
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