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Robots bring care to remote places

Imagine the benefit of having consultation for a high-risk pregnancy or neurology or pediatrics or any number of medical conditions.
January 2022

Internal medicine needed for future

The remainder (7,542) of the internal medicine positions were for doctors who would specialize in internal medicine subspecialties (neurology, cardiology, gastroenterology, rheumatology, dermatology, etc.).
January 2022

Retrievable stents offer improved outcomes for stroke patients

There are few illnesses as disabling as a stroke. A stroke is the cessation of blood flow to part of the brain. It can cause sudden difficul...
January 2022

Primary care shortage dooms universal health care

There is already a shortage of primary care physicians and physicians in some basic specialties like general surgery, neurology and rheumatology.
January 2022

QD: News Every Day--Empathetic doctors get rewarded for care, MRIs show

MRIs show that physicians who empathize with patients are getting a reciprocal boost in the regions of their brains associated with pain rel...
January 2022

QD: News Every Day--Phase II trial supports insulin for Alzheimer's

Results appeared online Sept. 12 in the Archives of Neurology. Treatment with 20 IU of insulin improved delayed memory (P less than.
January 2022

Catch Parkinson's early for better support

professor of neurology at Thomas Jefferson University's Sidney Kimmel Medical College in Philadelphia. ... Neurology. 2016;86:566-76. [PMID: 26764028]. Schenkman M, Moore CG, Kohrt WM, et al.
April 2020

When instinct trumps expertise

A hard thing about being an ER doctor is that I know a little, sometimes very little, about a lot of things. When I am faced with a particul...
January 2022

3 ways that doctors make decisions

Was there any bias that might have affected the results. To take one example of a well-done review, the American Academy of Neurology and the American Headache Society recently published
January 2022

QD: News Every Day--burnout risk appears worse for doctors on the 'front lines'

The highest burnout rates were reported among physicians working in emergency medicine, general internal medicine, neurology and family medicine.
January 2022

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