We all have our favorite sleeping positions — back, side, stomach — but a new study shows our sleeping position may have more benefits than just comfort. Researchers at Stony Brook University believe sleeping on one's side — the most common position in...
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White sexual-minority men may be more empathic toward other minority groups compared to their heterosexual white peers. A new study from the University of Houston College of Education compared the attitudes of white heterosexual men to those of white sexual-minority men.
Too few members of minority groups are pursuing careers in U.S. medicine, resulting in a serious lack of diversity among general practitioners and specialty doctors, a new report finds. Publicly reported data gathered by researchers showed that in 2012.
Even as the health of Americans has improved, the disparities in treatment and outcomes between white patients and black and Latino patients are almost as big as they were 50 years ago. A growing body of research suggests that doctors' unconscious behavior plays a role...
Too few women and minorities are entering certain medical specialties in the U.S., researchers say. Diversifying the physician workforce may be key to addressing health disparities and inequities, Dr. Curtiland Deville of Johns Hopkins...
Rarely have so many lawyers argued so long over a medical technology that has yet to yield a treatment for a single patient. At a recent hearing in Boston's federal court, opposing teams of intellectual property attorneys squared off yet again. At issue: whether a University...
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