Screening everyone born from 1945 to 1965 at least once would be able to diagnose 75% of people who are living with chronic hepatitis C, according to one expert at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Our Conference Coverage section in this issue is from Digestive Disease Week 2014and the American Academy of Neurology’s annual meeting, held this spring in Chicagoand Philadelphia, respectively.
Primary care physicians can offer more specific advice when they suggest exercise##mdash;frequency, intensity and type, for example##mdash;to increase their patients' likelihood of following through.
Collecting good data is the first step in sorting through the many drugs and devices that are used to treat migraines.
She reminded attendees at the annual conference of the Society of Hospital Medicine, held in San Diego in March, about the dramatic negative consequences that hospitalization poses for geriatric patients.
Susan R. Miller, RN, suspected that business was being lost during the office's peak calling periods. So she did a study.
Most complaints of memory problems aren't related to cognitive impairments, and as such they can be alleviated with a few simple tips.
A round-up of this issue's articles on multiple sclerosis; conference coverage from Digestive Disease Week; our latest columns.
Speakers can impact retention, as well as control (at least to some degree) which part of a talk stays with listeners, said one expert lecturer.
Malaria research is turning from short-term prophylaxis for travelers to elimination and eradication. Drug costs and new ethics rules for research are key drivers of the new direction.