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An easy screen for an overlooked disease

Reimbursement issues currently serve as a major public health barrier to the achievement of this early diagnosis goal, said Alan T. ... Hirsch, MD, director of the vascular medicine program in the cardiovascular division at the University of Minnesota
April 2011

Remain vigilant this ‘twindemic’ season

Depending on the timing, drops in COVID-19 rates and public health measures could lead to a flu offseason, such as in the spring, he said. ... Testing is also important for public health reporting so they can keep their fingers on the pulse of local,
October 2021

How should internists address e-cigarette use?

Foulds, a professor of public health sciences and psychiatry at Penn State University College of Medicine in Hershey, Pa. ... Unsurprisingly, the study drew both support and vitriol from clinicians and public health experts.
November 2016

Internists can help with alcohol misuse

Saitz, a professor at Boston University Schools of Medicine and Public Health and a member of its Clinical Addiction Research & Education (CARE) Unit. ... 65)? This approach works if a clinician asks the patient out loud or even on a previsit health
October 2015

Experts debate pros, cons of vitamin D

That's in addition to the better-known effects of vitamin D on bone health. ... We're talking about people going to tanning booths.”. Dr. Atkinson agreed that the public health message on vitamin D and sun exposure needs refinement.
November 2009

Safe prescribing can lessen overdose risk

We've got this wrong for so long and at great cost to public health,’” said G. ... Medicine in New York and the lead author on the American Journal of Public Health study.
October 2016

Changing thinking on chronic fatigue

Ganiats, a professor in the department of family medicine and community health at the Miller School of Medicine at the University of Miami. ... Coverage of CFS within U.S. medical schools. Universal Journal of Public Health.
June 2015

A warmer, wetter world will mean more work for internists

Health Association chose climate change as its theme for National Public Health Week 2008. ... Hurricanes, flooding and drought are all public health risks posed by a warming planet, experts said.
June 2008

Leadership Day lets internists influence events

https://acpinternist.org/archives/2012/07/leadership.htm. Internists descended on Capitol Hill in June to let the legislators know about the importance of funding public health and breaking the gridlock ... Ensure sufficient funding for highly effective
July 2012

Baby boomers' health isn't what they expect

Perceptions of post-retirement health, though, may not necessarily align with reality, according to a survey conducted in 2011 by the Harvard School of Public Health in conjunction with National Public ... Schwartzberg said many doctors still don't know
July 2012

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