Greater impact of daily stressors, behavioral problems and worry about the future associated with more difficulty adapting.
Despite being the leading cause of mental retardation and disability in children, there are currently no national public awareness campaigns on CMV.
Lorcaserin is more effective in helping obese patients with type 2 diabetes achieve glycemic control than diet and exercise alone.
The intervention is designed to be administered immediately after a sports injury, in order to evaluate for potential cognitive changes.
An adaptable office-based lifestyle and diet intervention helped patients effectively lose weight.
Coordinating with a cancer survivor's oncology team and understanding the survivorship plan can help ease care transitions.
A reduction in weight and glycohemoglobin was seen in patients that completed a diabetes prevention course.
Drug screening, risk stratification and pharmacogenetic testing should be used to guide prescribing habits.
With a dwindling number of practicing allergists, primary-care clinicians should be prepared to identify and treat allergic conditions.
Better care coordination may help reduce patient complications and length of stay.
Mentors, infrastructure and reward system are essential components in successfully transitioning existing health care models to evidence-based practice.
More orphan drugs approved in recent years are filling the need for treating rare disease and medical conditions.
Prepare, probe and propose when discussing terms of employment.
After launching a phone reminder program, Medicare recipients' PPSV immunization rates increased more than 25%.
About 20 million new STIs are diagnosed each year in the United States, with half occurring in young people aged 15 to 25 years.
Consider the evidence base and recommend probiotics on a case-by-case basis.
Only 21% of female and 6% of male domestic abuse victims inform a healthcare provider.
Diabetes costs exceed $254 billion annually, with 18% of expenses attributable to complications.
Federal and state legislation aimed at boosting primary care infrastructure is aiding nurse practitioner progress.