Recent studies reveal that physicians’ gestures, language and level of warmth can have an impact that exceeds patients’ subjective experience of care.
A public health approach helped dramatically reduce motor-vehicle fatalities. Research supports a similar approach to suicide.
The City of Brotherly Love says it can tax the distribution of products that harm public health. The AMA and other health organizations support the tax.
Two web-based tools aid physicians in educating their patients, promoting shared decision-making and preventing diabetes.
Research shows lifestyle modifications can reduce annual medical expenditures by almost $2,700 for patients with prediabetes.