Can drugs that are contraindicated in patients with severe renal impairment be used in individuals with ESRD who are actively receiving hemodialysis?
It's been 32 years since the CDC published the first HIV case report, and too many Americans no longer view the disease as a serious illness.
Providing weight-loss guidance on an ongoing basis to your patients can make a difference in the nation's war on obesity.
Paying attention to patients' instincts is important, but clinicians should be aware appropriate ways to say "No" to a demanding patient.
On the surface, the emergence of so-called "retail medicine" fills a niche. In reality, the concept may be more controversial.
We can empower colonoscopy patients with a few written instructions to help ensure the procedure is safe and has optimal outcomes.
Legislators count on different types of healthcare providers to give them accurate info and suggestions for improvements, but many have their own agenda.
Dental care is often cited among the greatest unmet health need of children. Primary care providers can help solve this problem.
Weight is one of the toughest topics to discuss with patients, but we can no longer avoid it as the obesity epidemic grows.
Clinicians must carefully question our patients about the source of their prescription drugs to make sure they are obtaining these products from legitimate sources.