OSHA issued its long-awaited COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standard for health care workers. Find key takeaways in part 1 of our 2-part series.
Health care providers need to be conscious of the environment they create for patients with obesity or overweight, obesity medicine expert Ethan Lazarus, MD, explains.
Most 2021 final-year medical residents want to work in hospital settings, none want to work in rural areas, and male residents expect to earn more than $250 000 in their first practice.
What do primary care physicians need to know about CRPS? In our new slideshow, get a primer on diagnostic criteria, suspicious symptoms, testing, and more.
The uptake among primary care physicians of new migraine drugs has been hindered by 2 significant obstacles, a headache specialist explained to Patient Care Online.
Take a look at the 5 states ranking highest and lowest on metrics including wages, competition, state medical board punishment, cost of malpractice insurance, and size of malpractice payout.
In a new recommendation statement, the US Preventive Services Task Force concluded that current evidence is insufficient to support broad screening for vitamin D deficiency in adults.
Longer antibiotic treatment courses can often be safely and effectively shortened, according to the ACP guidance; 4 common conditions serve as examples.
Developed by researchers from the University of Pennsylvania Health System, the model uses a referral management system to support primary care patients with mental health needs.
Which FDA-approved drugs from the first quarter of 2021 should primary care physicians know about? Listen to our newest podcast episode to find out.