Act early to counter rise in osteoporosis
Recent studies indicate that late-life bone resiliency has been eroding, and newly
released guidelines suggest diagnostic and treatment strategies to counteract that
slide among women.
Feeding nutrition into your practice
Internists routinely ask patients about smoking and drinking, but should they also
ask about eating habits?
Differentiating "dizziness" and vertigo
Because patients use these two terms to describe a broad range of sensations, the
symptom can pose a diagnostic challenge.
Medical schools respond to the opioid epidemic
Until very recently, medical schools offered little or no training in addiction medicine.
Advice for physicians requesting air medical transport
When picturing air medical transport, many people think of helicopters, but there
are often other options.