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Gun violence is a public health issue

Gun violence is a public health issue. The horrific massacre in Las Vegas hit the nation like an avalanche. ... Indeed, having a deep suspicion and healthy mistrust of government is something uniquely American (also relevant to the health care debate).
July 2020

The urgencies of care: here, there, and everywhere

Access to care is an important element in the quality of both health care, and the overall public health. ... Easy access to mental health counseling might prove both beneficial and cost-effective in high-stress worksite settings.
July 2020

Does oseltamivir work and does it have side effects?

A few days ago a friend asked me if I had heard anything about mental effects of Tamiflu. ... American, she blogs at Why is American Health Care So Expensive?, where this post originally appeared.
July 2020

Why should we shell out so much money for health care for the poor?

It pays for doctors' fees, preventive care services, hospital care, mental health care, the majority of women's costs for pregnancy and childbirth and costs for the impoverished elderly who are ... It provides health care for many children. That is
July 2020

Guidelines call for depression screening

and clinical work have long focused on diagnosis and treatment of mental health disorders in primary care. ... Kelsey said. “Now we're much more tuned in to bipolar disease or post-traumatic stress disorder—things that are more
March 2010

Internists can help with alcohol misuse

can lead to mental health conditions, such as depression and anxiety, Dr. ... a significant comorbid mental health diagnosis, said Dr.
October 2015

Internist involvement crucial to easing early menopause

Thacker, MD, professor and chair of the Center for Specialized Women's Health at Cleveland Clinic Lerner College of Medicine in Ohio. ... Thacker said. “The SWAN study showed us that.” The Study of Women's Health Across the Nation was a large,
September 2017

Alcohol treatment may be shifting to primary care

This issue covers topics such as the uptick of alcohol misuse treatment in primary care, the mind-body connection between mental health and heart disease, and ways in which patients can ... The mind-body connection is much discussed in medicine, and a
October 2015

Letters to the Editor

However, to tie these tragic events to “burnout” is unfortunate and further trivializes the need for mental health assessments, substance use identification, treatment access, and support from the profession. ... their mental health needs and having
March 2015

Managing depression is worth the effort

Depression's impact on health is often profound and far-reaching, potentially equaling that of coronary artery disease. ... Even when there is a therapist available, a patient's health insurance plan may restrict the number of visits, and plans can have
May 2016

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