Half of all pregnancies in the U.S. are unintended, a figure on par with developing countries. Women often think they are not at risk of getting pregnant when they most certainly are.
Residency program directors serve an intimidating number of masters, leading them to worry about the "go-live" of the new accreditation system for graduate medical education.
Washington, D.C., politics has become so dysfunctional that the federal government is no longer capable of solving great problems such as firearms-related injuries and deaths, the federal deficit and debt fueled by unsustainable health care spending.
The American Board of Internal Medicine's incoming president and CEO discusses his medical career and personal influences.
ACP's annual meeting offered a large variety of learning and networking opportunities.
This regulatory update covers a recall of a compounding pharmacy's products due to mold and approval of a sodium-glucose co-transporter for diabetes.
ACP's Governance Committee is beginning the process of seeking Regents to join the Board in May 2014.
A 27-year-old woman is evaluated during a follow-up visit for high blood pressure that manifested 4 months after she began taking an oral contraceptive pill. Despite stopping the oral contraceptive pill, her blood pressure has remained high. Following a physical exam, lab results and a kidney angiogram, what is the most appropriate next step in management?