Only children whose mothers had high levels of meat-related omega-6 fatty acids but low levels of omega-3s from fish oil had associated developmental damage.
Intensive care unit teams with nurse practitioners and physician assistants saw higher survival rates compared with teams made up of only residents.
High-voltage e-cigarettes released enough formaldehyde-containing compounds to increase a patient's lifetime risk of cancer five to 15 times higher than the risk caused by long-term smoking.
Research suggests that injecting lidocaine with epinephrine may not be as dangerous as previously thought.
Research from Canada demonstrated that a neck-to-waist ratio of >0.41 has sufficient sensitivity and specificity to be considered a predictor of obstructive sleep apnea.
In order to stay motivated and avoid burnout, some clinicians find inspiration in their patients.
A gluten-free diet alleviated a patient's fatigue, brain fog, bloating, and constipation.
Medical professionals need to keep in mind that e-mail etiquette can affect their reputation.
A woman complaining of seeing yellow lights is diagnosed with digoxin toxicity.
Referring to infants as "addicted" to opiates is clinically incorrect and creates stigma surrounding treatment.
The Department of Transportation's new physical examination requirement helps employees quit smoking.
The benefits of CranioSacral Therapy may not outweigh the intensive training and medical costs associated with the treatment.
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