With drop-in support groups and a service-learning program, the Vital Village Network seeks to support breastfeeding and create economic opportunity.
An analysis of federal data found no link between housing assistance and cancer screening rates, highlighting the importance of other barriers to care.
The Health Equity Symposium from Boston Medical Center serves as a call to look inward as a profession at equity, racism, and representation.
Nearly 4% of people in the U.S. are LGBTQ+, but new research shows that internal medicine residents are severely underequipped to care for them. An online module may be an effective stopgap.
A widely-used breastfeeding intervention was associated with a dramatic increase in breastfeeding rates among African Americans.
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Research shows that social determinants of health affect how patients seek care as well as their outcomes.
Esophageal cancer outcomes differ at safety net hospitals compared to hospitals without a high safety net burden, but why?