A 17-year-old Black adolescent presents with a 1-day history of acute-onset abdominal pain, palpitations, and anemia. Can you make the diagnosis?
The authors discuss identifying and treating anxiety disorders in children and adults in primary care during COVID-19.
Children with physical disabilities, neurologic and neurodevelopmental disorders, and autism are at higher risk for vaccine-preventable illnesses.
Rates of anxiety and depression have increased during the pandemic and are linked to preeclampsia risk, making screening for mental health conditions at prenatal visits essential.
A woman with a history of COVID-19 infection is evaluated for psychosis after attempting to make her children drink bleach to “clean the parasites out of their bodies.”
The vast majority of NPs and PAs report symptoms of moral injury such as anxiety, PTSD, and suicidality in The Clinical Advisor’s online survey.
Using the GOLD standards for COPD staging will identify high-risk patients, improve delivery of care, and reduce health care costs.
An increase in pediatric cases of C difficile is linked to use of broad-spectrum antibiotics, recurrent infections, and a growth in highly virulent strains.
Approximately 5% to 10% of shift workers, including many health care professionals, have shift work disorder, a circadian sleep-wake cycle disorder defined by poor quality sleep.
Atypical celiac disease may present as dermatitis herpetiformis, anemia, elevated transaminases, short stature, and osteopenia/osteoporosis.