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A new crop of research studies and reflections will interest primary care providers.
Assessing risk factors for dementia starts in early life, and caring for patients with dementia requires a timely diagnosis and a multidisciplinary approach.
Dr. Paul Sax takes a look at a few of the infections that, in various settings, have been linked to dogs.
Drug overdose deaths among adolescents are climbing again, suggests new CDC data. Opioids, including heroin, had the highest death rate by far.
Internet-based weight-loss program helps low-income mothers achieve prepregnancy weight.
New studies show no relation between proton-pump inhibitors and Alzheimer disease or cognitive impairment.
More observation hospital stays and fewer inpatient admissions now are common, but is this process efficient?
In a preliminary draft recommendation, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force now asks clinicians to individualize decision-making about prostate-specific antigen screening.
The USPSTF does not address targeted screening in patients at above-average risk.
The American College of Physicians has evaluated a broad array of treatment options.
Dr. Kashif Shaikh (Chief Resident, Internal Medicine, University of Central Florida College of Medicine) suggests some ways to promote resident wellness.
Listen to our interview with Christopher Thompson, MD (Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts), in which he discusses the FDA-approved AspireAssist System.