Clinicians are seeing more boys with eating disorders and/or complications related to inappropriate diets, supplement use and steroid use.
How should you answer when a patient asks, "What would you do if you were me?"
Obesity is a well known risk factor for diabetes and cardiovascular diseases but also for many types of cancer.
Screening for speech deficiencies at each visit can identify potential delays and target interventions to achieve milestones.
Ensure your patients' dietary protein intake meets recommended levels of 10% to 35% of caloric intake.
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.