At a time when concerns of a pending doctor shortage continue to grow, the Association of American Medical Colleges reports an increase of 3.1 percent in the number of medical school applicants, and an increase of 1.5 percent in medical school enrollment. In addition, the applicant pool grew more diverse, according to the report, with gains in every racial and ethnic group. However, AAMC says Congress still needs to lift a 15-year-old cap on residency training to ensure that the boost in enrollment results in a larger pool of doctors. For full report, click here.