Lead author of a recent study discusses why clinicians may be hesitant to use TikTok and how social media may shape health care going forward.
Kosiborod, a cardiologist, and Skolnik, a family practitioner, agree no single specialty owns that prescription and that "it takes a village to care for a patient."
Compare, contrast, price shop, prescribe. DiabetesWise Pro developer Korey Hood, PhD, highlights the tool all primary care clinicians should try.
Njira Lugogo, MD, sat down with Patient Care Online to discuss findings from the prespecified exploratory analysis of the NAVIGATOR study that she presented at ATS 2022.
Mikhail Kosiborod, MD, a cardiologist and Neil Skolnik, MD, a primary care physician, agree that whoever is seeing the patient should prescribe the drug that is needed.
Lead author of a recent study sat down with Patient Care to discuss how clinicians are using the popular video sharing app and the quality of content available.
Henry Mahncke, PhD, explains why lifestyle interventions, such as diet and exercise, could be prescribed down the line to improve brain health.
HbA1c levels over time were found higher at initiation of second-line treatment in veterans aged 55 years and younger, a trend unsettling to a new study's lead author.
Initiation of second-line type 2 diabetes treatment is lagging while A1c at the time it is introduced is climbing. The author of a new study highlights his findings on clinical inertia.
As more states legalize cannabis for recreational purposes, it is critical for clinicians to help patients safely navigate its use.