In sleep studies, a partner's report of the patient's symptoms can be invaluable, but what if they're lying?
Clinicians should communicate thoroughly with patients to ensure their injuries will heal properly based on their lifestyle.
For patients who are reluctant to make changes, try motivational interviewing to help them set goals.
Experiencing the grief of losing someone to suicide can bring a new perspective on the importance of suicide prevention resources.
While many pregnant patients have reservations about pitocin, it has many benefits for labor when administered correctly.
Using a combination of sutures and Steri-Strips can help close skin tears in elderly patients with fragile skin.
For patients who are gaining weight seemingly without cause, consider sleep-related eating disorders for a diagnosis.
The NYSSPA conference in Tarrytown, N.Y. offered several panels addressing racial health disparities in a quaint location.
Patients can be preoccupied with titles even when they do not correspond to more experience.
Providers should consider both medical ethics and scientific evidence when parents want to delay the vaccine schedule for their child.
A recent FNP graduate breaks down how he prepared to take (and pass) the AANP exam.
After a couple experiences a miscarriage, their grief needs to be treated with sensitivity rather than dismissal.
Getting more than 7 hours of sleep each night may reduce the risk of contracting the rhinovirus.
Car seats must be replaced after moderate and severe car crashes, but often they do not need to be replaced after minor crashes.
Medical practitioners should always treat patients with respect, no matter how stressed or annoyed they are
After working at the same place for a long time, adjusting to a new job can be difficult.
If a patient is experiencing fatigue, consider exercise and weight loss to help decrease their symptoms.
Nurses who have united over comments on The View should use this momentum as a catalyst for change.
Performing skin checks during other procedures can identify abnormalities that would otherwise be overlooked.
Planning ahead can help reduce the anxiety that comes along with final exams and boards.