The end of another quarter means a new list of FDA-approved drugs for primary care. Which ones should you know about? Click through to find out.
Tramadol is often prescribed for osteoarthritis pain based on a perception that it is a “safer opioid.” But is that true? Take our quick quiz to find out.
Get updated on the newest fibromyalgia research from the 2018 ACP Internal Medicine Meeting, the basis of this 5-question quiz.
RA can be managed in primary care but comes with unique challenges. Here, strategies outlined at the ACP Internal Medicine Meeting 2018.
Here: a quick overview of updates to the diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis.
Here: a quick look at newly approved agents for primary care that will soon be coming your way.
More effective vs placebo? Less effective than opioids? Equally as potent as APAP? What’s true and what false about NSAIDs?
A new evidence-based clinical practice guideline addresses adverse events, surgical risks, and patient education
Special Report recap: the current and future state of RA patient care and what PCPs will need to know to do their part.