Cow's milk protein allergy is relatively common during the first year of life. Unfortunately, the condition is easily missed or mislabeled.
Guidance for the primary-care clinician to identify and treat this chronic and highly prevalent condition.
Counseling parents on the avoidance of feeding-associated infections.
Behavioral, nonpharmacologic and pharmacologic interventions are available to facilitate restorative sleep and ensure sustained alertness.
A shrinking pool of providers coupled with the extension of coverage to millions of previously uninsured individuals may increase practitioner anxiety.
Most often caused by use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or bacterial infection, peptic ulcer disease usually presents as epigastric pain.
There is a direct correlation between testosterone and metabolic syndrome, mental function, libido, erectile dysfunction, bone density, and overall energy.
To reduce the mortality and incidence of this disease, clinicians must be aware of the most recent vaccination and screening guidelines.
To ensure that therapeutic interventions begin in time, providers must be able to recognize the clinical presentation of an acute ischemic stroke.
To slow the progression to end-stage renal disease, primary-care clinicians must be able to identify, screen, treat, and educate at-risk individuals.