Connect to other sites within the UBM Medica Network
From the common cold to MRSA, you will find a range of helpful tips and information here.
Acral Anomaly in a Young Boy
Three-year-old boy has rash x7 days on arms and legs plus low-grade fever x10-14 days. Is the eruption anomaly or simply ordinary?
Flu Shot Drops CV Risk in Type 2 Diabetes
Flu deaths are higher among persons with chronic conditions, like T2DM. Flu vaccination should be part of comprehensive secondary prevention.
Foot Odor Quiz: 8 Basic Questions
Take this quick quiz to test your knowledge of a common cutaneous bacterial infection.
Hep C Spread in North America: When and How did it Start?
Timing of the rise of hep C in North America is a puzzle. In this Medical News Minute, Dr Bobby Lazzara toplines results of a new study that offer clarity.
Quick Tick Quiz: Can You Spot the Fever?
Correct diagnosis of Rocky Mountain spotted fever leads to correct treatment, but many cases are misdiagnosed. Take this test to see what you know.
The New ABCs of STDs: A Quiz
Take this brief test on the updated CDC guidelines to give yourself a refresher course in STD management and stay current with the latest practices.
A 5-Question Quiz on Infectious Disease
This quick quiz focuses on testing and diagnosis. Test your acumen.
A 4-year-old Boy with Severe, Painful Rash
Watch this live video exam and hear details from the boy's mother about the acute, widespread eruption. What's your diagnosis?
A Middle-Aged Woman With Severe Flank Pain
Accompanying vomiting and fever raised suspicion for appendicitis and a CT scan of the abdomen and pelvis was ordered. Watch the ED video, review the history, and make your diagnosis.
How Doctors Can Win the Vaccine Debate With Patients
Parental fears and misinformation about vaccines can be overcome, says this expert. Here are some suggestions.
Top 10 Reasons Why Patients Come to Primary Care
What brings patients to your office—and not the specialty office down the street? Insights in this slideshow.
The 3 Scourges of Infectious Disease
Tuberculosis, measles, and influenza have declined over the years but not gone away. See the slides that follow for key facts and figures on the current state of these ongoing public health threats.
6 Things That Might Persuade Parents to Vaccinate
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.
By clicking Accept, you agree to become a member of the UBM Medica Community.