Patients on particular medications, or with certain underlying medical conditions, may experience orthostatic hypotension when arising from bed or a chair.
Eye contact, positive body language, and humor are ways in which a clinician can make a personal connection with the patient.
Unplanned pregnancies can occur when a patient misunderstands the proper use of contraception.
Asking for a patient's exercise regimen should be incorporated when checking for basic vital signs.
Vitamin D3 at 2000 IU reduced the incidence of type 1 diabetes by 88%.
Creams, sanitizers, and antiperspirant are all acceptable forms of treatment for tinea pedis and yeast infections.
Pressure on a wound is the key to stopping blood flow.