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What's Up, Doc? When Your Doctor Rushes Like The Road Runner
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Wanted: Mavericks And Missionaries To Solve Mississippi's M.D. Shortage
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Dr. Mitch Katz rides his bike to work, defying the commuting norm in Los Angeles. Michael Wilson/L.A.County Health Services Dept. hide caption

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Los Angeles Bets On Crusading Doctor To Turn Around Public Health System
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Doctors, don't order that CT scan when a less-expensive ultrasound would work just as well, the Choosing Wisely campaign advises. Catherine Yeulet/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Doctors Urge Their Colleagues To Quit Doing Worthless Tests
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