IN THIS ISSUE OF ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
A Road Map to Control Malaria, Tuberculosis, and Human Immunodeficiency Virus/AIDS
Quality of Residential Neighborhood
Can the Food and Drug Administration Ensure That Our Pharmaceuticals Are Safely Manufactured?
Statins for the Prevention and Treatment of Infections
Major Depression and Coronary Flow Reserve Detected by Positron Emission Tomography
Glucocorticoid Use and Risk of Atrial Fibrillation or Flutter
New-Onset Breast Tenderness After Initiation of Estrogen Plus Progestin Therapy and Breast Cancer Risk
Medical and Psychosocial Diagnoses in Women With a History of Intimate Partner Violence
Neighborhood Resources for Physical Activity and Healthy Foods and Incidence of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus
Multistate Outbreak of Serratia marcescens Bloodstream Infections Caused by Contamination of Prefilled Heparin and Isotonic Sodium Chloride Solution Syringes
Impact of a Comanaged Geriatric Fracture Center on Short-term Hip Fracture Outcomes
Trends in Medication Use Among US Adults With Diabetes Mellitus: Glycemic Control at the Expense of Controlling Cardiovascular Risk Factors
Population-Based Surveillance of Infectious Endocarditis in an Italian Region
Pharmacists Are Key to Enhancing Benefit Risk for Medicines
Pharmacists Are Key to Enhancing Benefit Risk for Medicines—Reply
Adverse Events in Patients Receiving Cholinesterase Inhibitors Due to Dissimilar Follow-up Periods
Adverse Events in Patients Receiving Cholinesterase Inhibitors Due to Dissimilar Follow-up Periods—Reply
Are We Providers or Physicians?