How to guide patients to healthy eating habits
Patients who follow these six rules can lose weight, keep it off and improve their health.
Nine states where the going is tough for physical and mental health
Study examines factors that create well-being in communities – and some states are lacking.
Searching for mental and physical health? These states do it right - a slideshow
Study examines factors that create well-being in communities
Thinking of starting a family? Don’t become a doctor
Doctors, medical students encounter many hurdles to family-building, study finds
Fixing a broken heart; dry powder vaccines; Surgical Barbie – Morning Medical Update
The top news stories in primary care today.
Youth movement against cholesterol; hospital coffee machines as bacteria havens; HHS takes aim at poor maternal health - Morning Medical Update
A holiday shopping list for the physician who has everything (except quick and easy prior authorizations)
It's time for some good-natured holiday health care gift-giving and we did some window shopping for you. Take a moment, take a breath, and scroll through 10 potential winners.
Physicians Foundation seeks medical groups, doctors for new grant-funded projects to address patient drivers of health
Proposals due next month for pilot programs assisting food, housing, safety.
Morning Medical Update: Why more Americans are putting off going to the doctor - Is it an allergy, or a cold?; Young adults with strong parent relationships have better long-term health outcomes
ACIP 2023 Vaccination Schedule Update, At-a-Glance
The 2023 vaccination schedule, as recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.
Are health care workers happy they joined the Great Resignation?
Study shows what workers think about their new jobs and why they left in the first place.
NAM plan for workforce well-being: The importance of diversity
Diversity in the workplace can help workforce well-being.
NAM plan for workforce well-being: Measure it, then improve it
Measuring staff feelings across institutions is the baseline for improvement.
NAM plan for workforce well-being: ‘Culture trumps everything’
Positive work, learning environments and culture as a priority area.
NAM plan for workforce well-being: A message for primary care physicians
Primary care physicians are crucial to the health care system.
Young adults with prediabetes more likely to be hospitalized for heart attacks
Study focuses on risk factors for those aged 18 to 44 years.
7 cures for the jaded physician in 2022
How physicians can use the new year to rediscover meaning in their careers.
One tip for physicians making a New Year's Resolution for 2022
If you get this wrong, your New Year's resolutions will be useless.
Of Corrections, Comebacks and Cognitive Dissonance
Growth and decline are the market breathing, inhaling when it advances and exhaling when it declines.
Staying Current in Medicine
The only certainty in medicine is that the practice of every specialty will change substantially throughout a physician’s career.
Naming Successor Trustees Is a Family Matter
All too often, naming a successor trustee is treated as an afterthought when creating trusts, though it’s one of the most important decisions involved.
Savers Can Earn More, Safely
Three alternatives to low-rate CDs, Treasuries, and Money Market Accounts
How Physicians Can Get Career Help
There are many ways to advance in your path as a physician, and sometimes you might not know the route for moving forward.
Annuities Offer Powerful Tax Advantages Plus Some Avoidable Pitfalls
How to cut your taxes and avoid surprises.
Doctors Can Learn Professional Skills from Non-Physicians
It is important to keep in mind that there are also other key fundamentals that can help you immensely in your career as a physician.
Review Your Finances Now to Keep on Track in 2021
A year-end review helps you cut taxes, build retirement savings, rebalance your portfolio, and earn more interest.
The Pros and Cons of Having a Medical Student Shadow You
You have to understand your own strengths and weaknesses as you decide whether teaching students in the clinical setting is right for you.
Getting the Most Out of Physician Podcasts
Doctors can get the most out of physician-directed podcasts with a combination of planning and spontaneity.
Turned off by Low CD Rates? Consider a Fixed Annuity
CD rates are under 1%, but comparable annuities can pay more than 2% to 3% guaranteed and are tax-deferred.
Straddling the Pandemic and Post-Pandemic Markets
You can take advantage of key sectors likely to rise down the road from economic recovery, though this may be delayed by the current second wave of the pandemic.
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