For patients with psoriasis, survival from COVID-19 is high, with increased hospitalization risk in association with nonbiologic systemic therapy versus biologic use.
The majority of older adults who take multiple medications have never had a comprehensive medication review.
Combined moderate- and high-intensity training has no effect on all-cause mortality compared with recommended physical activity levels.
There are considerable racial- and ethnicity-based cancer health disparities in the United States.
The US emergency sick leave provision in the Families First Coronavirus Response Act was a highly effective policy tool to flatten the curve in the short run.
For US adults with problem substance use who use nonmedical opioids, the odds of opioid use are increased on days when cannabis is used.
Point-of-care testing is associated with large reductions in the time to results for patients presenting with suspected COVID-19.
Increased unemployment is associated with increases in pediatric hospitalizations for four potentially economy-sensitive conditions.
Evidence-based guidelines successfully reduce postoperative opioid prescribing without increased refill rates, but pain control may not be optimal for some patients.