In the last few years, clinicians have overwhelmingly moved to recognize the implicit biases in their practice of medicine.
Different illnesses require that patients stay home from school or work for different lengths of time.
Patients who experience nocturia, or frequent urination during the night, may have increased mortality rates.
As the volume of patients in emergency departments across the country rise, more EDs are experimenting with appointment reservation systems.
Sunburn, mosquito bites, and fireworks all present dangerous hazards during the summer months.
Clinicians can help patients by providing information on pharmacies that offer discounts, coupons, and affordable prescriptions.
Sleep deprivation can cause hallucinations, decreased cognitive function, and anxiety.
Both PAs and NPs who practice addiction medicine have seen progress made in 2016 to increase practice authority.
Patients presenting with depression should be evaluated for sleep disorders.
Emergency department clinicians are faced with a number of challenges as ED's become more crowded.
Hyperarousal is linked to an increased likelihood of a patient using prescription sleep aids.
Patients facing addiction aren't from another planet - they're our parents, our siblings, our neighbors, and our friends.
Sometimes, stepping into a new professional role takes longer than expected.
The sleep concerns of female patients are often diagnosed as depression rather than obstructive sleep apnea, leading to increased risks for certain diseases.
When patients don't get enough sleep, lipid levels in their blood may make it more difficult for them resist overeating.
A form of male birth control called Vasalgel, which works by injecting a polymer gel into the vas deferens, is being developed in the United States.
Facing dementia with strength and courage can inspire and comfort patients' families.
Patients who are sedentary, obese, or smokers have an increased risk of developing restless leg syndrome.
Identifying the type of conjunctivitis that a patient has is the key to identifying the most effective course of action.
Clinicians should be able to diagnose age-related macular degeneration and distinguish between dry and wet presentations.