A primary care physician reflects on the advice he has provided patients over the years.
Errors are common in opioid medication prescriptions, and most often happen in handwritten prescriptions.
Physicians should take care and act prudently when conveying electronic messages to patients, always keeping sensitivity at the forefront.
When it comes to receiving payments from pharmaceutical companies, it's not always the size of the payment that matters.
Unknown unknowns continue to surround us, unseen and unaccounted for, right up until the moment 1 of our patients gets hurt.
Doctors are now sharing confidential patient scans via Snapchat and The National Health Service has forced them to find other sources for sending and receiving scans.
The Maintenance of Certification program has conflicting data supporting whether their program results in performance improvements.
Capacity to repair everyday damage to cell DNA could be impaired in people who work the night shift.
Physicians should keep their online profiles clear, consistent, and factually accurate to take full advantage of reaching patients.
Inherent biases cannot be completely eliminated as they are historic trends that continue to prevail.
The majority of medical practices have dismissed patients.
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