More than 30 million people in the U.S. act as caregivers for individuals with acute and chronic illness.
26 Jan 2010
With nearly 63% of physicians reporting one or more signs of burnout, two experts offered advice on making changes to help prevent it.
1 Jul 2023
As the need for remote health care expands, medical educators and residents continue to refine the best ways to teach and learn telemedicine.
1 Sep 2022
Among other positions, ACP says that the health care system must accelerate its efforts to reduce overall health care spending in ways that do not rely principally on shifting the cost burden onto insured persons who cannot afford to pay more for their medical care.
19 Jul 2016
Physicians who contracted COVID-19 share their perspectives on how the disease has changed their personal and professional lives.
1 Jan 2022
Testosterone supplementation can improve sexual function, but the benefits were modest, tended to wane later in treatment, and were not as robust as those of phosphodiesterase type 5 inhibitors.
23 Feb 2016
Experts debate about provoked vs. unprovoked venous thromboembolism, and whether a once-high-risk patient can have that status removed later.
1 Feb 2020
Estimates from the American Heart Association suggest that only about 20% to 30% of eligible patients ever receive the intervention.
1 Mar 2022
Primary care physicians are seeing more patients after they've already been to a retail health clinic. Experts say that a more patient-centered model needs to evolve to combat the ease of seeking care outside the doctor's office.
1 Feb 2016
Good advance care planning should happen early in the treatment process to ensure that any treatment reflects the patient's values, goals, hopes, and fears.
1 Nov 2016