A new study reveals that primary care offices are the best place to receive hepatitis vaccines, but more work is needed to improve timing.
Why treatment requires a multi-pronged approach
The first FDA-approved device to reduce functional abdominal pain in younger patients with irritable bowel syndrome is now available to medical providers.
First non-insulin drug for pediatric use approved in nearly 20 years.
Virus-like particle research could lead to a vaccine against opioid addiction.
While aggressive early intervention may be useful for diabetes patients, that intervention must be sustained.
Primary care physicians, working in an environment where patients need to be evaluated, monitored, and motivated in short office visits, sometimes struggle to effectively treat patients with diabetes.
The majority of women will experience some kind of heavy or abnormal uterine bleeding at some point in their lives, however that does not mean physicians should treat it as normal
Screening is important because treatment is much more effective the earlier a patient can get on the medication
Cancer is the second most costly medical condition in the United States behind heart disease, and a study presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) sought to better understand Medicare costs.