To help relieve excruciating anorectal symptoms from monkeypox, clinicians in the United States are prescribing tecovirimat, though in short supply, and recommending OTC treatments.
In this episode of Rheum on Air, Drs Allan Gibofsky and David Goldberg discuss legal considerations in the practice of telemedicine.
Gregory M Marcus, MD, MAS, and Jeffrey J. Hsu, MD, PhD, discuss the effect of caffeine and energy supplements on risk for cardiovascular events.
Viola Vaccarino, MD, PhD, Yuan Lu, ScD, and Ersilia M. DeFilippis, MD, discuss increasing rates of myocardial infarction among young women.
Joseph M Truglio, MD, Ali N. Zaidi, MD, Monica V. Dragoman, MD, and Linda Cassar, DNP, RNC-OB, CNE, discuss the effect of the overturning of Roe v Wade on patients with CVD.
The agency has issued proposed draft recommendations to guide incorporation of cybersecurity protections into medical devices at the time of manufacture.
However, research shows moderate alcohol use could offer some protective benefits. Clinicians Esen K. Akpek, MD, of Wilmer Eye, Victoria L. Tseng, MD, of UCLA, and Avnish Deobhakta, MD, of New York Ear and Eye, serve up some advice.
Ransomware attacks now account for 25% of all data breaches, according to Verizon’s 2022 Data Breach Investigation Report.
A look into increased cardiovascular risk in patients who are transgender and suggestions for how to improve their health care.
Researchers sought to determine the factors that contribute to patients developing clots from Long COVID.
Amid the global COVID-19 pandemic that overwhelmed hospitals, upended the economy, and sent much of the world into lockdown, researchers tracked a concerning uptick in alcohol use.
Sugar-sweetened beverages are a frequently consumed ultra-processed food group.
Military hospitals are implementing therapy dog programs to support patients, families, and staff.
Tamara Horwich, MD, Eugenia Gianos, MD, and Kenneth Fleisher, DDS, reflect on the link between cardiovascular disease and oral health.
Researchers are seeking to address the psychological impact of patients who have survived VTE.
Doctors can prescribe “forest bathing” to get their patients into the great outdoors to reduce stress and stress hormones.
The EULAR and ACR developed evidence-based guidance and points-to-consider for the diagnosis and management of patients with CANDLE/PRAAS, SAVI, and AGS.
Authors describe efficacy data on the low-FODMAP-diet and CBT for IBS and factors to consider when personalizing treatment.
Caffeine consumption may play a protective role against several eye diseases, according to data published in the research.
States are enacting legislation that would require health care providers to violate patients’ privacy rights under HIPAA.