Burnout is a potential reality for clinicians in times of high stress.
An analysis of 300 patients with posttraumatic headache reveals some long-suspected risk factors of persistent headache, but also a high...
“The problems created by untreated anxiety can impair function in all areas of a woman’s life,” according to researchers.
Hispanic, black, and Native persons account for a disproportionate share of those infected by the coronavirus.
Migraine with aura confers a significantly higher risk of dementia, according to preliminary findings from a population-based cohort study in...
“Perhaps, Arizona will be a warning sign to other areas.”
The agency determined that chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine are unlikely to be effective against COVID-19.
Ninety-five percent of management of COVID-19 patients is nothing other than practicing sound critical care medicine.
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Volunteer “street medics” -- nursing students, veterinarians, doctors, trauma surgeons, security guards, ski patrollers, nurses, wilderness EMTs,...
Tight glucose control led to better results in patients with diabetes and COVID-19.
Lessons from the global influenza epidemic of 1918 may still apply.