Promoting behavioral changes during childhood is an effective prevention tool that is much cheaper than treating adults experiencing adverse health outcomes from preventable conditions.
Getting patients to make behavior changes that stick can be tough. Treating the change as a process can help.
Assessing mental health in primary care can be daunting, especially if community resources are scarce and your patient has limited finances.
Are the new moms you treat on the fence about breastfeeding in public? Tell them Beyoncé does it.