When you choose your insurance health plan, what matters more: that the participating doctors be good or that there be lots of them? 

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The Geneva Conventions prohibit the taking of civilian hostages. Which conventions prohibit the taking of patient hostages?

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December 19, 2015

Genetics over environment, environment over genetics.  Family history is typically gathered during a visit with your doctor.  Doing so can identify increased risk for certain conditions.  We’ve hea

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What's in a brand? A lot, apparently. This is why some very large corporations distribute their wares to different ones. Customers, it seems, are picky about their loyalties.

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Penile implant surgery has been around  for over 40 years, yet very few doctors and patients are well aware of it. A patient activist considers why this may be the case.

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Everyone's an expert on sex, right? After all, it's all around: on the television, in the movies, on the internet.

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There are all kinds of all kinds of urologists. There are those who do not specialize and treat everything from kidney stones to congenitally missing testes.

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Partners are often deeply involved in decisions about surgery. However, Surgeo routinely hears stories about patients who decide to have penile implant surgery without informing their partners.

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The word 'surgeon' originates in the Greek "kheirourgia," a contraction of "kheir," which means hand, and "ergon," which means work.

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