Optimal nutrition in early childhood supports growth and development and can encourage lifelong healthy eating habits.
HIV/AIDS Information Center
Of the estimated 38,739 new cases of HIV reported in 2017, 70% were among men who have sex with men. Use of daily PrEP can virtually eliminate the risk of developing HIV, if used as prescribed.
Left untreated, these childhood conditions could have lasting effects. Our experts explain three of the most common hip disorders you'll see.
Had the patient agreed to a biopsy, the diagnosis may have been made sooner.
Most patients have no symptoms of hypertension until they suffer a major event. Here is a guide to help diagnose and manage this "silent killer."
Clinicians might need to consider an uncommon array of causes when faced with a pediatric patient suffering from abdominal ailments.
Approximately 90% of epistaxis cases seen can be treated successfully by primary-care providers. The remainder of cases require an otolaryngologist referral.
Clinical Features, Surgery Information Center
Prompt identification of Fournier gangrene is essential, as the condition can have numerous life-threatening complications such as multi-organ failure and death.
Ob/Gyn Information Center
Researchers provide a comprehensive overview of prenatal screening for fetal aneuploidies, including traditional serum screening, ultrasound imaging, and cell-free DNA testing.
Insomnia affects the mind as well as the body. Treatment should combine psychological intervention, behavioral change, and possibly drug therapy.