Shorter telomeres were associated with increased soda consumption, which is an indication of cellular aging.
Health insurance and being treated for high cholesterol improved chances of keeping hypertension under control.
Clinicians' personal beliefs cannot influence end-of-life care.
Absorbable sutures take the guesswork out of when to remove sutures while saving the patient time and money.
Primary-care practitioners should change to accommodate patients seeking primary care from emergency departments.
An obese patient with chronic hepatitis C, diabetes, advanced cirrhosis, and fatty pancreas presents with chronic right-to-middle upper-abdomen pain.
Patient with back pain and blood in urine is diagnosed with autosomal dominant polycystic kidney disease.
Doctors should start a dialogue about advance directives upon a patient's first visit to help them make decisions regarding their health care.
I have my patients bring all of their pumps to me and will write on the plastic canister with a Sharpie permanent marker.
Always, always hand the speculum to a woman who has come in for her first pelvic exam, and allow her to check it out.
Behavioral strategies for sustainable weight loss can significantly improve clinical outcomes in obese patients.
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