Researchers evaluated the frequency and severity of pain and fatigue in patients with psoriatic arthritis receiving tumor necrosis factor inhibitors.
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Study findings from EULAR 2020 suggest that higher albumin levels provide a potentially protective effect on mental health in juvenile SLE.
Managing moderate or severe postoperative pain, which affects 75% of patients in the United States, remains a challenge for physicians.
Up to half of patients with Parkinson disease are also diagnosed with dementia, but tools to track changes in cognition are lacking.
There is a distinct genetic signature for young-onset Parkinson disease even in cells from those who have no known Parkinson disease-related mutations.
The International Committee of Medical Journal Editors is taking steps to identifying potential conflicts of interest through changes to a key form.
Since patients with chronic diseases are often prescribed opioids, researchers sought to examine the association between opioid-related hospitalization and patients with chronic disease. Since patients with chronic diseases are often prescribed opioids, researchers sought to examine the association between opioid-related hospitalization and patients with chronic disease.
According to results published in JAMA Network Open, nonwhite, low-income, and underin-sured patients were more likely to view the cultural competency of providers as important and less likely to report being treated with respect.
Many healthcare professionals will see immigrant patients whose lives are profoundly impacted by immigration policies.
For those who are members of a marginalized population, community health workers can serve a vital purpose.
Researchers identified current gaps in aging and diversity research and identified future directions that research should take.
A 2-week vacation may be essential to your health as a practicing physician.
Knitting is both process- and product-oriented, encompassing repetitive tasks that can exercise physical and cognitive skills
There is no widespread understanding of the pathophysiology of burnout, or conclusions about how it should be measured.
Racial insensitivity, stereotyping, and racially based decisions continue to occur in medical school admissions, recruitment, and management, as well as patient care.
Physician employment contracts include a number of bonuses and benefits that can be included or negotiated.
Partnerships between the healthcare community and the technology sector can strengthen the development of evidence-based, HIPAA-compliant, clinical resources.
Addressing the physician “rescue fantasy” can lead to improved patient care, especially at the end of life.
With its expansion into the healthcare industry, Amazon has taken one more step towards total domination.
More than half of the new approvals of Breakthrough Therapy drugs were based on a single pivotal trial.
Medical comic books may be an acceptable form of patient education material, but clinicians should assess and honor patient preferences before providing these materials.
Chronic use of prescription opioids was correlated with support for the Republican candidate in the 2016 presidential election.
Wellness travel comes in many forms: from coastal bike rides to weeklong workout programs with celebrity trainers.
The travel ban on citizens from several Middle Eastern countries has affected several faculty members and students, some of whom were in the process of completing courses or exams that would allow them to apply for residencies.
Even young, fresh-out-of-residency physicians need to think about retirement.
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