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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.
A meta-analysis casts doubt on this enduring belief.
Awareness is low, and stigma is high.
Many factors influence refugees' health status and ability to access and engage in U.S. medical systems.
Weight-loss surgery can have lasting ramifications for contraception, pregnancy, and bone health.
Be prepared to prevent or delay pregnancy and maintain bone health.
Recommendation: Subdermal implants and intrauterine contraception should be routinely offered to teens.
Reaffirmation of HT's efficacy for managing vasomotor symptoms and genitourinary syndrome of menopause.
New guidance from ACOG clarifies how adnexal masses should be triaged.
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.
Blogger Harrison Reed offers some simple rules to make the health care workplace better for all.
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.