Brittany Weber, MD, who specializes in cardio-rheumatology, discusses the risks, incidence, and prevalence of cardiometabolic disease in psoriatic arthritis, and how providers must create awareness among patients.
Clinicians need to be aware of their assumptions about patients based on age.
Implicit bias among health care providers factors into judgments and influences clinical decision making.
Based on recent study findings, Robert Keenan, MD, discusses the risk for cardiovascular events among patients with gout.
AMA president Jack Resneck, Jr., MD, and David M. Pariser, MD, FAAD, a dermatologist in private practice, tell us their thoughts and experiences on the challenges patients face in accessing methotrexate.
Gregory M Marcus, MD, MAS, and Jeffrey J. Hsu, MD, PhD, discuss the effect of caffeine and energy supplements on risk for cardiovascular events.
What is hyperpolarized 129xenon gas magnetic resonance imaging — or 129Xe MRI — and what are the clinical implications of this imaging technology?
An epidemiologist explains why it isn’t an sexually transmitted infection (STI) and what counts as close contact.
The author describes the evolution of the workweek and how shortening the expected hours for full-time work without a decrease in compensation may increase the well-being of health care providers while not decreasing current productivity.
The Tuskegee syphilis study, conducted over 40 years on Black men who were unaware of their illness, is an essential bioethics lesson, says pulmonologist Dr Martin J. Tobin.