Ashley Speilburg, OD, provides a guide for detecting normal tension glaucoma using patient history, risk factors, and clinical characteristics.
Non-IgE-mediated food allergies are on the rise in children and do not always present with an immediate, anaphylaxis-type reaction
CMS investigates 2 hospitals for EMTALA violations related to abortion care for a pregnancy-related emergency.
Cecelia Koetting, OD, and Dennis Pardo, OD, LCSW discuss the effects of excess stress on eye-related quality of life outcomes.
Finding the time to get away and relax should not be treated as a luxury, especially in the high stress work environment that is the medical field.
While Medicare covers a range of services, relatively high cost-sharing requirements exist for some beneficiaries, especially those with HIV.
We spoke with 2 experts about the use of kratom in the US for pain, mood, and anxiety-related issues, and what are the key implications for clinicians.
The withdrawn approvals of ibrutinib for relapsed/refractory MCL and MZL are likely to have a limited impact on patients, experts say.
Some individuals hospitalized with COVID-19 later develop IBS. Drs Madhusudan Grover and Matthew Hoscheit weigh in on the GI dysfunction.
Health care providers should try not to make the common mistake of assuming that they have not contributed even in a small way to a conflict.
The language in a patient’s medical record can convey information not only about the patient’s condition but about the attitude of the clinician writing the report.
In October 2022, the US Food and Drug Administration announced a shortage of the immediate release formulation of amphetamine mixed salts.
Researchers compared several traditional Chinese medicine modalities to determine which may benefit patients with cancer who experience sleep disturbance.
Investigators report promising results with an AI algorithm that can identify and distinguish between 2 heart conditions that challenge even expert cardiologists.
After a rash of contaminated eye drops, experts discuss the optometrist’s role in keeping patients in strong ocular health.
Ransomware attacks are on the upswing due to the advent of novel technology platforms.
Research on the effect of NSAID use, including aspirin, on bone health has resulted in conflicting results.
A dietary pattern that meets patients’ protein and other nutrient needs provides long-term success for kidney health.
Lauren McDermott, a patient living with atypical SPS, shares her journey from receiving an official diagnosis to the treatments that help her manage her condition.
The rising cost of care is having a negative impact on patients with bladder cancer, but a value-based approach to care might provide some relief.