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General internists crucial to raising adult immunization rates | ACP Internist

The single most important factor in promoting adult immunization is strong advocacy from a physician, and the recommendation of a general internist is a vital factor in whether patients receive needed vaccines.

Flu me once : ACP Internist

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has noted an early and nasty start to the flu season. Perhaps its own website has caught it,...

Flu, light, and the truth : ACP Internist

I am getting a flu shot, and so are all members of my family, and you should, too. That's the simple truth in plain light, and unlike this d...

President's Message Archives | ACP Internist

ACP Internist provides news and information for internal medicine physicians about the practice of medicine and reports on the policies, products, and activities of ACP.

Facing the Future : ACP Internist

This post by Rob Lamberts, ACP Member, originally appeared at Musings of a Distractible Mind. The following is an actual fictional conv...

The vaccine that went away. : ACP Internist

You could almost think of it as part of the positive publication bias that almost all conference session are about things we do have, whethe...

Flu, fools, fanatics, and you : ACP Internist

Ordinarily this time of year I say you should get your flu vaccine, and let you know I've just gotten mine. Due to an intense flurry of rece...

What is a "complete" physical? : ACP Internist

A reader requests: " Can you do a post on what procedures constitute a thorough physical, in your opinion? I haven't had one in several year...

QD: News Every Day--Government-funded vaccinations prevented illness in millions, saved billions : ACP Internist

A government program implemented in 1994 likely prevented an estimated 322 million illnesses, 21 million hospitalizations, and 732,000 death...

Measles in the Magic Kingdom? It's a small world, after all : ACP Internist

One would think our recent experience with Ebola , the rapid and predictable, albeit, rare transmission of the disease out from its site of ...

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