Estimates indicate that ~1.4 million people self-identify as transgender in the United States, which is double the initial estimate is made by the Williams Institute in 2011.
A multidisciplinary writing group organized by the AHA Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science Subcommittee released recommendations to improve the quality of adult and pediatric neurologic prognostication studies for survivors of cardiac arrest.
The convenience and confidentiality of computer-based and mobile technologies may encourage more individuals with substance use disorders to access treatment.
The increased opioid use has been associated with a rising incidence of opioid-induced endocrinopathy, most commonly in the form of androgen deficiency.
For women, athletes with fT levels in the highest tertile had significantly better performance in the 400-meter sprint, 400-meter hurdles, 800-meter sprint, hammer throw, and pole vault.
The American Heart Association and Heart Failure Society released a joint scientific statement summarizing the effects of type 2 diabetes management on heart failure outcomes.
A scientific statement from the American Heart Association was published in Circulation, with the purpose of providing a thorough review of available evidence on HIV-associated cardiovascular disease.
Years before the first closed-loop insulin delivery system was approved, patients with diabetes had already been implementing the technology into their own care.
Dr Christine Lee discusses her work on how to capture the patient’s voice by using multiple data sources, such as unstructured FDA archival data and social media.
When administered correctly, the Mantoux test can be an invaluable tool for the detection of tuberculosis.
ASDs can facilitate the review of long-term EEG recordings to detect potential epileptiform activity and assist in artifact suppression.
An expert subcommittee of the AAN has released an updated evidence-based clinical practice guideline on treating Tourette syndrome and other chronic tic disorders.
To shed light on this re-emerging phenomenon of physician house calls, MPR interviewed three experts.
A team of investigators from both Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology analyzed data on thousands of inactive ingredients in approved medications to further characterize them and enhance our knowledge of their safety.
As rates of physician burnout continue to climb, a diverse group of researchers weigh in on enhancing resilience and particularly emphasize enlightening educators about how resilience develops during residency.
Georgia has been added to the growing list of states, including Kentucky, Ohio, Mississippi, and Tennessee, that have passed so-called fetal heartbeat bills.
When politicians attempt to make changes to health policy based on sentiments rather than on evidence-based conclusions, physicians often find themselves trying to meet unrealistic expectations.
The Grey’s Anatomy effect is a term that describes the disconnect between real-life and television medicine.
Telemonitoring bridges the gap in hepatitis C.
Jonathan Miner, MD, PhD, and Karin Nielsen-Saines, MD, MPH, discuss the latest insights about neurologic complications of ZVI and knowledge gaps that still exist in this field.