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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.
Shaking chills and poor food consumption are positive predictors of bacteremia.
In 2014, 57.3% of persons known to have HIV had a suppressed viral load, and 47.6% had durable suppression that year.
What do you think is the most important remaining challenge in hepatitis C virus research? Take our poll.
FDA approval gives us another option that should not be overused.
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommends a single dose of vaccine for certain adult travelers to areas with active cholera transmission.
What do infectious diseases doctors think of when they think of canines? Find out in HIV and ID Observations.
Small changes have been made to human papillomavirus and meningococcal vaccination schedules.
Treatment options are limited, and supporting evidence generally is poor.
Recommendations on TB testing incorporate recent evidence on using an interferon-gamma release assay for latent TB and nucleic acid amplification testing for active TB.