Half of practices report having an office dismissal policy for families refusing vaccines.
In an Ideas and Opinions article, guidance is provided for physicians to optimize telemedicine, which can be challenging for older patients.
The World Health Organization will lead an international investigation into the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic in China.
More than 70,000 US women could be left without cost-free birth control after the Supreme Court upheld a Trump administration policy change that permits some employers to refuse to provide contraceptive coverage on religious or moral grounds.
In an effort to aid real-time epidemiology efforts, researchers have unveiled a mobile application called the COVID Symptom Tracker.
The intensive care unit (ICU) community needs to prepare for the challenges associated with the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
Among 121 healthcare personnel exposed to a patient with unrecognized COVID-19, 43 became symptomatic and 3 tested positive for SARS-CoV-2.
Adults in the US who are approaching the Medicare eligibility age of 65 years face important decisions about healthcare and retirement.
The RAND Corporation, and Doximity, practicing physicians currently report substantial concerns about supplies, the government response, and availability of testing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
There is evidence supporting the efficacy of a simulation-based mastery learning program during medical clerkships to prepare medical students for the delivery of bad news.
The first U.S. Army field hospital for civilian patients opened in New York City Monday and could be the first of many across the nation as it struggles with the coronavirus pandemic.