We interview experts Younghoon Kwon, MD, MS, FACC, and Richard J Castriotta, MD, FCCP, FAASM, about the connections between obstructive sleep apnea-sudden cardiac death.
An overview of the history of genome-wide association studies (GWAS) for osteoporosis, and the existing challenges and recent developments in GWAS in the bone field.
Among other considerations, health care providers must avoid giving individual medical advice.
With health experts across the country agreeing we are in the midst of a mental health pandemic, psychiatrist Aaron M. Hawkins, MD offers his view about the current state and the future of mental health in the United States.
Panelists at a virtual congressional briefing, including James Kublin, MD, addressed critical questions about new diagnostic technologies, vaccine and treatment development, and the long-term impact of COVID-19 on patients who have recovered from the disease.
Researchers found associations between epigenetic age acceleration, inflammation, and fatigue in cancer patients.
Although the rise in pediatric obesity predates the COVID-19 pandemic, stressors experienced during the pandemic exposed inequities in children’s health.
New guidelines recommend using the full approved doses of immunotherapy and targeted therapies for patients with cancer and obesity.
Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, that more than 60% of US adults were lonely; these numbers only increased during the pandemic. Clinicians should focus more time on the psychological and social factors of aging to improve the quality of life of the elderly.
Bluetooth is potentially susceptible to attack because it allows different devices to communicate over the air, according to a cybersecurity expert.
Current research indicates that short-term utilization of an LFD may help ameliorate some mild IBS symptoms associated with quiescent IBD, while further long term studies are still needed.
We speak to two doctors about life after hanging up their white coats.
Cardiologists around the world report experiencing harassment and discrimination in the workplace.
Sinus tachycardia is the most commonly reported dysrhythmia in patients with COVID-19 disease.
To understand the requirements of individuals with T1D in a population of endurance or high-performing athletes, it is crucial to understand the physiologic mechanisms that occur following exercise.
Only 67% of Black patients on dialysis who responded to an online survey had a nephrologist involved in their care, compared with 97% of White respondents.
We continue discussing the power of touch and how has it played into the history of clinical treatment as well as our current reality.
Core provisions of the HIPAA legislation have largely remained unchanged since their inception despite rapid evolution of technology to keep protected health information from hackers.
For many health care professionals, successfully managing uncertainty means recognizing that surety is complicated and illusory and knowledge is iterative and provisional rather than definitive.
What is the power of touch and how has it played into the history of clinical treatment as well as our current reality?