What doctors wish patients knew about RSV infection
A drastic and unusually early spike in respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is crowding emergency departments. Two physicians share what to know.
What doctors wish patients knew about lung cancer screening
By the time lung cancer signs and symptoms develop, it is harder to treat. But screening and prevention can reduce risk of dying from lung cancer.
What doctors wish patients knew about ovarian cancer prevention
What is known about risk factors has not translated into practical ways to prevent most cases of ovarian cancer. Two ob-gyns share what to keep in mind.
What doctors wish immunocompromised patients knew during COVID, with Monique Spillman, MD
AMA member Monique Spillman, MD, shares valuable information and insights for immunocompromised patients during the COVID-19 pandemic.
What Doctors Wish Patients Knew: Prior authorization with Jack Resneck Jr., MD
AMA President Jack Resneck Jr., MD, shares how prior authorization creates time-consuming burdens, making it difficult for patients to receive the care they need.
What doctors wish patients knew about type 2 diabetes prevention
A prediabetes diagnosis or family history doesn’t mean type 2 diabetes is inevitable. A family physician shares advice on preventing type 2 diabetes.
Scope of Practice
What doctors wish patients knew about scope of practice with Scott Ferguson, MD
AMA member Scott Ferguson, MD, shares valuable information and insights about why scope of practice matters to patients.