A 42-year-old man with a history of hypertension was driven to the emergency department (ED) by his wife on a Sunday morning for evaluation of chest pain.
Is eating chocolate really good for your patients’ health? Take this quick quiz on the pros and cons.
Take this brief test on key health facts about drinking water to tap into your reservoir of knowledge, refresh your memory, and offer patients sound advice.
Physicians who aren't alert to the perils of sleep deprivation may not be able to give patients the advice they need. Take this test as a wake-up call.
A new flu season is never elementary for primary care. Two questions on flu and its spread that may prove educational.
Guidelines recommend AF catheter ablation to help avoid use of oral anticoagulation. True or False? Answer this and 2 other queries on ablation.
A 54-year-old African American man with a history of type 2 DM, hypertension, and gout presents for diabetes follow-up. What’s the best therapy for his hypertension?
Test your visual diagnostic skills, vote for your preferred Dx and treatment, and learn about 2 common annular lesions along the way.
Pediatricians will answer these 2 nursery-round inspired questions with no trouble. If your Peds rotation was a while back, let's test your memory.
See if you recall a few basics about program eligibility and the vaccines covered by the law. It's a short quiz.