No brown M&M’s, the rock band warned to ensure adherence to the smallest instructions. Seniors can benefit when physicians heed three telling details.
Researchers find small drops in cognitive speed and memory as women hit their 50s.
Disagreement about the legitimacy and authority of evidence has huge implications for physicians, health professionals, patients and the public.
Being aware of bias toward certain patient factors can help physicians make the exam room a more comfortable, care-oriented space.
A systematic review finds clinicians regularly overestimate how much tests, treatments and screenings help and underestimate how much they can harm.
Two studies explore language’s impact on diabetes management. Resources help physicians caring for Spanish-speaking patients with prediabetes.