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.
Across a statewide academic health system in California, telehealth use cut down on travel distance, time, and cost and reduced the number of injuries and deaths from motor vehicle accidents, according to investigators.
Investigators designed this study to evaluate the feasibility and potential utility of a peer-led CBT-based workshop for PPD.
Researchers evaluated clinical trial data and drug databases to provide updated recommendations on antimicrobial dosing for patients with obesity.
Matthew L. Springer, PhD, Sandhya Venugopal, MD, and Kinjan Parikh, MD, discuss the effect of e-cigarettes on cardiovascular health.
In a recent bulletin, the federal Office for Civil Rights suggests steps that practices can take to protect patient data.
Anne Meneghetti, MD, juxtaposes the portrayal of fungal infections in HBO’s The Last of Us with real-world concerns about rising rates of antimicrobial resistance.
Identifying limitations in functional reserves in the older adult leads to improved decision-making related to cardiovascular risk stratification and elective procedures.
Obesity experts discuss the cost of newer obesity medications (eg, GLP-1 agonists) and access issues, including Ozempic shortages.
This overview provides insight into the alcohol-psoriasis connection and offers recommendations for clinicians when discussing this topic with patients.
How the retail giant will use the sensitive medical data it collects is among the concerns.
Physician retirements and challenges in recruiting and retaining staff are among the reasons medical practices are struggling with staff shortages.
Palliative care should be viewed as a supportive element of care for patients with chronic illnesses at all stages of their disease.
Experts discuss strategies to reduce the maternal mortality gap by implementing implicit bias training and reevaluating clinical guidelines and algorithms.
Annual pay, growth potential, cost of living are among the important considerations.
These are the clinical trials that led to the FDA’s approval of aducanumab and lecanemab for early AD, plus, the concerns that loom.
Kambiz Silani, OD, and Kelly K. Nichols, OD, discuss the potential for 4 drugs making their way through the 2023 pipeline to become tools for dry eye disease management.
The OPTN policy revision may increase some Black kidney candidates’ total waiting time, which is a major factor in their transplant priority for organ offers.
A report from the American Cancer Society reveals trends in cancer incidence and mortality over time and includes projections for 2023.