Ob/Gyn Information Center
Opill contains 0.075 mg of norgestrel, a single active steroid ingredient.
Practice Management Information Center
Judge rules that employers are not required to cover PrEP at no cost.
Expert provides strategies for advocating for APRN full practice authority by presenting the health equity case and business case.
Physician Assistant Career Resources
The PA profession is growing, but large gaps in health care access remain. Jennifer M. Orozco, DMSc, PA-C, DFAAPA, discusses how to utilize PAs to reduce health disparities.
Cardiovascular Disease Information Center
A 31-year-old woman with no significant medical history presents with intermittent heart palpitations, dizziness, shortness of breath, and fatigue provoked by exercise. Can you make the diagnosis?
Dermatology Information Center
AMA president Jack Resneck, Jr., MD, and dermatologist David M. Pariser, MD, FAAD, tell us their thoughts and experiences on the challenges patients face in accessing methotrexate for psoriasis and other autoimmune diseases.
Gastroenterology Information Center
Researchers sought to determine the effect of long-term opioid exposure on esophageal motility, using a large cohort.
This case outlines whether an employer can fire an employee for inappropriate social media posts. If your employer has a social media policy, familiarize yourself with it.
Leg ulcers are open skin sores that result in loss of the epidermis and part or all of the dermis and are caused by venous insufficiency (venous ulcers) as well as atherosclerosis and thrombosis (arterial ulcers).
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If approved, Opill would be the first OTC oral contraceptive pill available without a prescription.