January 16, 2015
Surgical checklists have become standard at most U.S. hospitals, but a new study in JAMA Surgery suggests they don't always lead to improvements in patient safety.
Millions of Americans get yearly general checkups, but the United States Preventive Services Task Force has never actually recommended them, Zeke Emanuel writes. Here's why he says you don't need one.
The Wall Street Journal's Sue Shellenbarger examines new research on how people develop first impressions of other people's intelligence—and how we can manage those impressions.
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