Judi Greif, RN, MS, APNC
Judi Greif, RN, MS, APNC, is a family nurse practitioner and medical writer currently residing in East Brunswick, N.J.
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Public opinion polls support the views of professional organizations, with 60% of Americans opposing the new American Health Care Act, 31% supporting it, and 9% undecided.
Repealing the Affordable Care Act could endanger the health of tens of millions of Americans.
Encourage patients to determine the validity of outside sources for medical advice.
Clinicians are seeing more boys with eating disorders and/or complications related to inappropriate diets, supplement use and steroid use.
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.
On the surface, the emergence of so-called “retail medicine” fills a niche. In reality, the concept may be more controversial.
Clinicians must carefully question our patients about the source of their prescription drugs to make sure they are obtaining these products from legitimate sources.
Is it a good thing or a bad thing when laypeople are able to order their own genetic profiles and interpret their own results?
Only 5.9% of eligible candidates receive the recommended pertussis booster vaccine, and the disease remains one of the leading causes of vaccine-preventable deaths worldwide.
Clinicians need to better screen their patients and educate them about when best to begin obtaining routine mammograms.
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