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Teen prediabetes skyrockets: 3 ways physicians can help
It is critical for physicians to advance the prediabetes conversation with their younger patients. Here’s how.
Pandemic fear: Ensure patients with chronic disease receive care
Using telehealth, physicians can reach patients with chronic diseases who might be hesitant to make an appointment. Learn more about how virtual visits can help.
4 ways to address penicillin allergies to fight antibiotic resistance
A commonly encountered self-reported allergy drives unnecessary use of medication alternatives and contributes to antibiotic resistance.
Tips to an effective HPV vaccination talk with adults
The human papillomavirus vaccination isn’t just for adolescents—it is recommended for some adults too. Here’s how to approach the conversation with your adult patients.
Virtual resilience rounds help physicians navigate moral distress
To address the ethical challenges many health professionals are facing during the pandemic, Johns Hopkins University launched moral resilience rounds.
5 barriers to launching a virtual diabetes prevention program
To reach patients with prediabetes during the pandemic, Marshfield Clinic Health System launched the National Diabetes Prevention Program in a distance learning format.
6 takeaways doctors should know about the new SMBP policy statement
A joint policy statement from the AMA and American Heart Association reviews the effectiveness of self-measured blood pressure monitoring in diagnosing and managing hypertension.
Pandemic shines spotlight on chronic disease prevention priority
The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted in several directions, but one thing is clear: chronic disease prevention must be a priority in health care.