Addressing and overcoming barriers would increase the use of preventive health services and decrease mortality rates for the African American community.
Primary-care providers should try to ease pediatric patients' anxiety about needles by preparing them for what to expect.
Head lice cases peak in September and January in schools, and treatment can be difficult.
Although technology might have weakened the idea that verbal patient hand-offs are important, such exchanges remain key to patient care.
Prevention of burnout is the key to avoiding its harmful consequences.
The first step in reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease is for health-care professionals to get a full understanding of a patient's risk.
The Grain Foods Foundation explores popular carbohydrate-related myths and assumptions patients with diabetes have likely encountered.
Females are more likely to have suicide attempts; males are more likely to have completed suicides.
Help patients direct their energy into positive behaviors to manage their diabetes.
Clinicians should carve out self-reflection time, even if it starts with just 5 minutes a day of pure silence.