Using skin biopsy samples, the researchers identified biomarkers and pathways associated with systemic sclerosis pathogenesis.
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Managing moderate or severe postoperative pain, which affects 75% of patients in the United States, remains a challenge for physicians.
Though HIPAA regulates how information about patients can be shared, the scope of the policy means that many newer channels fall outside of its purview.
As excitement grows around AI and the benefits it could have in healthcare, concerns remain about the technology’s pitfalls.
Adults in the US who are approaching the Medicare eligibility age of 65 years face important decisions about healthcare and retirement.
The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors is taking steps to identifying potential conflicts of interest through changes to a key form.
An ACC initiative in North Carolina aims to provide uninsured cardiac patients with heart medications free of charge.
In 2018, the World Health Organization (WHO) set guidelines suggesting 60 minutes or more of daily physical activity for adolescents.
According to results published in JAMA Network Open, nonwhite, low-income, and underin-sured patients were more likely to view the cultural competency of providers as important and less likely to report being treated with respect.
Researchers conducted a study analyzing the effects of the law on prescriber cessation and modification responses, noting that cessation behaviors can have a dramatic effect on patients, who may transition to illicit opioids if they lack access to a prescriber.
A recent study examined the effectiveness of mindfulness-oriented recovery enhancement (MORE) on opioid-related outcomes and pain.
Free distribution of essential medicines was shown to improve treatment adherence. Bettering access to essential medicines can improve quality of care and move toward achieving univer-sal health coverage.
A recent study reported that approximately 9 of 10 US physicians practice defensive medicine to avoid malpractice claims,
Recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) technology should result in an overhaul of medical school curricula.
For decades, clinicians and researchers have been interested in seeing what role computers can play in complex clinical decision making.
Knitting is both process- and product-oriented, encompassing repetitive tasks that can exercise physical and cognitive skills
Even young, fresh-out-of-residency physicians need to think about retirement.
Although social media advertising is an innovative and useful tool, there are risks to patients who are exposed to a physician’s “brand” through social media.