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Anxiety is far more common, but depression is more likely to be treated.
SAN FRANCISCO – Clinicians prescribed 46% of antibiotics without an infection-related diagnosis code and 20% without an office visit.
The concept of disruptive technology can be especially dangerous in health care, where distraction can lead to medical errors. As we focus on our...
Cutting costs? Opting for nonsterile procedural gloves more often can provide monetary benefits without sacrificing patient safety.
Dermatologists and oncologists lose under the proposal, while ob.gyns. could see their payments increased.
CHICAGO – The findings suggest that lifelong estrogen exposure may exert a neuroprotective effect in women.
As health care providers in a competitive field, we often have to be our own cheerleaders. Are you doing all you can to promote your personal...
Solid teamwork among physicians and nurses not only makes for a smoother work environment, it also helps to reduce medical errors and lower the...