Out of TimeAs teaching hospitals across the nation adjusted to the new 80-hour workweek for house staff, the internal medicine residency program here faced a loss of accreditation.
By Patrick Gilbert and Mary Ellen Miller
To Break TB
Tuberculosis is once again the most widespread infectious-disease killer in the world. Working out of a remodeled grocery store on campus, six top-flight researchers are going after it.
By Robert Roper and Mary Ann Ayd
Doctors have approached depression like aliens examining an ailing car. They’ve checked the tires, even pushed it into starting—everything but lifted the hood. Now two neuroscientists are doing just that.
By Marjorie Centofanti