In a first of its type, a Tennessee study offers a model for better understanding factors present in regions of higher risk.
Study in population living with HIV reflects findings in other groups and makes a strong case for cytisine approval in the U.S.
Training physicians to adopt a structural-competency framework can impart a more holistic viewpoint, a need that has been magnified by the pandemic.
With questions still outnumbering answers, physicians in a long COVID clinic help patients caught in the pandemic kaleidoscope.
Prescribing rates soar when an alert explains a specific patient’s risk of overdosing.
Effective new therapies are on the market, but stigmas associated with yesterday’s drugs persist.
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Analysis tracks depression in the ICU, confirming the lingering adverse impact of delirium on mental health and cognitive function.
Fostering understanding and acceptance of using medications in the community is a critical component.
Process must be customized to meet needs of individuals who have trouble naming and sharing emotions.