Firearms have been the No. 2 cause of death for at least 17 years, even as prevention efforts have cut the death rate in half from motor vehicle accidents, the No.
Wellness and Prevention
A study with a satirical spin drives home a real point about the demands on general practitioners’ time and expectations for shared decision-making in primary care.
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