Most Recent Articles by Brandon May
The American Heart Association and others are urging the court to reconsider changes to short-term limited-duration insurance plans.
When deviating from published guidelines, physicians must ensure their recommendations are based on justified belief, not personal bias.
Migraine may be associated with self-reported attention deficit and hyperactivity disorder symptoms in university students.
A self-report screening tool designed to identify impaired psychosocial functioning and behavioral responses in parents of children with chronic pain was found to be useful clinically.
The role of mHealth technologies, including smartphone applications and wearable sensors that enable real-time health monitoring, has become more prevalent within the last decade.
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