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03/26/2021

Low-income people who reported better oral health after getting coverage said it helped with their work or job search.

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03/25/2021

Dr. Melissa Creary discusses how Black and Latino communities are being left behind in the vaccine rollout.

03/22/2021

CBSSM member Dr. Jeffrey Kullgren has studied High Deductible Health Plans (HDHPs) and Health Savings Accounts (HSAs) for years - read what he had to say about their implications for Tax season in the New York Times:

03/15/2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the careers of both men and women in the field of oncology, but women especially have been confronted with increased responsibilities at work and home. A JAMA Oncology article by Drs. Bridget Keenan, Reshma Jagsi, and Katherine Van Loon outlines the effects of the pandemic on scholarly activity, career advancement and grant applications, and proposes ways to counteract these effects.

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03/15/2021

Female surgeons feel unfairly judged when they act in ways that conform to the behavioral norms of their profession rather than traditional gender norms—a double standard that they believe contributes to conflicts with other health care workers, according to new research.  These interprofessional conflicts can harm female physicians’ well-being and professional reputations, contribute to burnout, and affect patient care, according to the authors.

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