Practical Guidance, Clinical Photo Archive and Headlines for Primary Care Clinicians
In the last few months, the FDA has approved almost a dozen medications for a variety of primary care disorders.
For many obese adults, dietary modification and exercise are not sufficient to achieve sustained weight loss. There are 3 drugs approved in the US as adjunctive therapy. Weigh in with what you know on these 3 questions.
Here’s a call to neither “praise nor bury” the annual physical, but rather to determine its scientific efficacy in specific contexts.
Brief exposure to a variety of modifiable factors—physical and psychosocial—increases the risk of back pain.
There are conditions under which the MMR vaccine should not be given—even when a parent begs. Which of the children in these 4 scenarios should not receive the vaccination?
The incidental finding was noted during screening endoscopy for Barrett's esophagus. Can you answer these 3 questions on next steps and management of the case.
Examining ethnic patterns of prevalent geriatric conditions in diabetes may help ensure culturally competent, patient-centered care in an increasingly diverse population.
CROI offers more than 1100 high-quality presentations and myriad poster sessions. You have so little time. Our CROI blogger offers 6 different ways to maximize learning at any jam-packed meeting, depending on your personal style.
A small study highlights a big point: manage risk factors that affect the atrial fibrillation substrate and ablation therapy success rates improve (ARREST-AF Cohort Study).
Better understanding of migraine causes and related issues could result in enhanced patient care and prevention, but clinicians face some serious challenges—here are 5.
In the past few months, the FDA has approved a number of drugs for a variety of primary care disorders. Here’s a look at 11 of the newest.
When parents play out worst case scenarios in protest against routine vaccination, maybe one or two of these 6 options for response will come in handy.