Clinical evidence does not support the need to do annual bimanual exams, yet many Physicians continue to perform unnecessary exams.
A new study shows that the rate at which our heart beats can be an indicator of mortality.
Jill Bolte Taylor is a researcher who studies the brain and had an incredible insight as she herself experienced a stroke.
Statisticians have found a way to figure out who you are and what major retailers can sell you - example: pregnancy.
The start of the New Year prompts many of us to commit to changes in our health, our lives, and our practices. What changes have you committed to this year?
Countless shootings have taken place in the United States, as the victim toll rises, there is growing concern over the care provided to the mentally ill.
As we move head first into the technology era, how is this influencing Physician/Patient interaction?
In a not so distant past, smoky waiting rooms and chain-smoking hospital directors were commonplace. How do we handle smokers in our hospitals today?
A compounding pharmacy is behind the deaths of over 20 people. How did poor sanitation go unnoticed and what is the future of compounding pharmacies?
Our adrenal glands are vital to our body’s ability to regulate stress. What happens when we are exposed to chronic stress?
80% of the antibiotics sold in the United States go to chicken, pigs and cows yet producers of meat and dairy are not required to disclose how they use the drugs.
The Annual AANP Convention is upon us, what will this year hold?
How stress affects our ability to recall information and why medical students are uncomfortably familiar with the feeling of “choking.”
Looking at medicine through two different approaches; both having a role in medicine today.
A journey three years in the making is finally on its last chapter. What will fourth year bring my way?