Monthly Archives: December 2015

Gun Violence: Still A Public Health Issue

The three-year anniversary of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in Newtown is cause for reflection here in Connecticut.   Sadly, little has changed since then.  However, for the first time in 19 years we’ve seen a glimmer of hope to … Continue reading

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New ACP Guideline Regarding Generic Drugs

Last week, The American College of Physicians released a new guideline addressing the use of generic medications.  The authors addressed 5 questions: 1) How commonly are brand-name medications used when a generic version is available? 2) How does the use … Continue reading

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