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Generation Y and Health: The Healthcare Revolution
This post continues our new series on Generation Y and their relationship with their health. From challenges to epidemics, this series attempts to expose how these digital natives are managing...
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CMPI’s Robert M. Goldberg, PhD Advocates for Reliable and Trustworthy Medical Information on the Internet
Robert M. Goldberg, PhD, Vice President & Director of Programs at the Center for Medicine in the Public Interest, discusses his new book, Tabloid Medicine, and how the Wakefield fraud has...
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