Clinical Features

Sexual harassment at work

A nurse in a VA facility files a complaint against a clinician, which ends with a criminal conviction.

Beyond Rx: OTC Corner

Sponsored by P&G.

Managing acute UTIs in postmenopausal women

The flu pandemic of 1918

Long-acting reversible contraceptives: a review

LARCs should be a first-line contraceptive option for most women.

Noninvasive colorectal cancer screening

The FIT and the MT-sDNA are evidence-based tests that should be considered for CRC screening when a colonoscopy cannot be performed.

Clinicians in a contract dispute

Human papillomavirus in males

Case Study: Diarrhea and rash

A patient commits murder

Opinion

The Waiting Room The CVS/Aetna merger and the future of primary care

The CVS/Aetna merger and the future of primary care

Both CVS and Aetna care deeply about the prices of pharmaceuticals, but they are hoping to maximize company profits, not consumer savings.

The Waiting Room Examining the effects of wearable fitness trackers

Examining the effects of wearable fitness trackers

The utility and effectiveness of wearable fitness devices are discussed in a clinician's opinion piece.

Advisor Forum

Case Files Wilms tumor in a child

Wilms tumor in a child

A 2-year-old boy was having worsening daily episodes of explosive diarrhea. He had no fevers, and his appetite and diet were unchanged.

Case Files A man with sneezing fits

A man with sneezing fits

There was no warning, he had no allergies, and they were not associated with any cold symptoms or other conditions.

Clinical Pearls Relief for orthostatic hypotension

Relief for orthostatic hypotension

Patients on particular medications, or with certain underlying medical conditions, may experience orthostatic hypotension when arising from bed or a chair.

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