The Parkland, Fla., school shooting is the latest tragic reminder of the steps needed to reduce firearms' deadly toll. That includes clearing the way for federally funded research of the problem.
A JAMA case series sheds light on medical mystery of U.S. workers reporting neurological and other disturbances from their time in Havana.
How much and how quickly can diet really help? And what kind is best for patients to pursue as they try to reduce their blood pressure with lifestyle changes alone?
When treating type 2 diabetes in your practice, look at the patient as a whole and make changes one innovative step at a time.
Many impediments to interprofessional education persist. A recent webinar offered examples of innovative technologies that can help eradicate them.
Creating life balance and identifying mechanisms to cope with stress is integral for those hoping to thrive in and out of the med school environment.
Patients with hypertension take monthly classes on lifestyle as one part of this clinic’s efforts to reduce blood pressure.
A variety of AMA tools help bring physician voices to the table, leverage lawmaker relationships and activate patients on urgent policy issues.
Independent physicians can pool financial resources to build their practice infrastructure and create economies of scale under new integration models.
A 58-year-old woman with a history of coronary artery disease is complaining of pain on the left side of her sternum. What should be done?