Featured Articles - April 2015
Doctors continue to be frustrated by their patients' chronic pain problems, due to a lack of evidence on opioids' long-term effectiveness and strong evidence of potential harms.
Increasing awareness of the harmful effects of under- and overnutrition can in turn increase nutritional assessments in primary care.
The second edition of “The Fenway Guide to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Health” goes several steps further than its first edition by educating physicians on how to account for a changing cultural landscape.
The medical field is still grappling with the benefits and consequences of ever more sophisticated imaging technologies and how they affect the issues of overtesting and overdiagnosis.
ACP Internist Weekly
From the April 21, 2015 edition
- ACP President: SGR repeal 'extraordinary and historic'
- Afib recurrence more than halved after sleep apnea treatment
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