What is the power of touch and how has it played into the history of clinical treatment as well as our current reality?
The field of medicine has been plagued by the underrepresentation of African Americans, people of Hispanic heritage, and Native Americans, as well as institutional racism and sexism that have persisted for decades.
To help clinicians and patients determine if antibodies protect against reinfection, the ACP discussed tests for diagnosing and estimating the prevalence of COVID-19.
Diabetes and metabolic syndrome represent two of the most common long-term complications in survivors of childhood cancer.
The authors explore the etiology and clinical presentation of primary and secondary aldosteronism as well as medical and surgical treatment options.
Higher rates of smoking, lower rates of lung cancer screening, and more diagnoses of asthma and COPD have been seen in transgender vs cisgender individuals.