Rheumatologists Jill P. Buyon and Peter M. Izmirly answer questions about the availability of hydroxychloroquine during the COVID-19 pandemic, and...
Physicians express frustration over safety equipment and staffing shortages.
But some are concerned that type 1 diabetes diagnoses are being delayed.
The American College of Surgeons has issued new guidelines for cancer surgery in the era of COVID-19.
From the Journals
Among those affected, acute myocardial injury is either apparent at presentation or develops after hospitalization.
Dr. Alan P. Lyss examines how the COVID-19 pandemic has and will affect cancer care and research.
From communicating with staff to managing patients with comorbidities, here’s how a major Seattle medical center is preparing.
The coronavirus pandemic weighs heavily on psychiatric patients with conditions such as anxiety, depression and PTSD. Meanwhile, a national poll...
Administrators are warning frontline physicians and nurses not to post on social media about their COVID-19 experiences or they will face...
A series of recent mandates aimed at addressing barriers to telehealth ‘have come in a time of desperation,’ one New York–based cardiologist says...
Physicians can empower people by helping them to develop skills aimed at focusing on positive aspects of life, said Dr. Robert T. London.