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The editors of the top medical journals in the U.S. have come together to denounce the epidemic of gun violence and offer steps healthcare professionals can take.
The American College of Physicians again declines to endorse the practice but provides articulate commentary both in support and in opposition.
Glycemic monitoring, goals, and pharmacologic therapies endorsed by the American Diabetes Association
Two experts in disaster relief speak on the physical and emotional health sequelae of Harvey, Irma, and other natural disasters.
Dr. Paul Sax considers a tough case of persistent low-level viremia.
A meta-analysis casts doubt on this enduring belief.
Awareness is low, and stigma is high.
Creating an inclusive, nonjudgmental healthcare environment can improve patient-centered care for lesbian women.
Patient Info: Take charge of your health by getting the information you need and finding a clinician who will help.
Many factors influence refugees' health status and ability to access and engage in U.S. medical systems.
This recommendation calls for a return to AZT/3TC-based regimens in pregnant women; other expert panels strongly disagree.
Obstetrician-gynecologists play key roles, but should consider referral to a genetic specialist as necessary.
In this patient safety bundle, timely standardized management of severe hypertension is recommended to promote maternal safety.
ACOG takes into account personal values about benefits and risks of screening..
HIV-discordant couples — in which only one partner is HIV-infected — have several options for attempting to conceive while minimizing the uninfected partner's risk.
Curbside consults can improve patient care but are not risk free. In Practice blogger Alexandra Godfrey discusses the risks and benefits.
USPSTF continues to recommend that women be screened for hypertensive disorders of pregnancy.
International consensus suggests that, with expert imaging, rates of surgery for asymptomatic benign adnexal masses can be lowered.