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  • Night Time Surgery 'Doubles Death Risk'People who undergo surgery at night are twice as likely to die as those operated on during regular daytime hours, research suggests.


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  • Hospitalists: 'I Don't Get No Respect' Hospitalists deserve more respect than they get, say many of these subspecialists, who feel underappreciated by their peers. There are ways that hospitalists can improve their standing.
  • It's Ethically Wrong to Diagnose Clinton and Trump From Afar   It may be interesting for doctors to diagnose presidential candidates whom they haven't actually examined, but an ethicist says that doing so is ethically despicable.

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