The data used in the study were extracted independently by 2 researchers, using a standardized data extraction form: study design, primary outcome, disease characteristics, interventions, and comparators.
Adult exposure to economic hardship results in worse aging outcomes in midlife, including reduced physical and cognitive capabilities and higher levels of certain inflammatory markers.
Most protected health information (PHI) breaches compromise sensitive demographic and/or financial information.
Telemedicine delivered over 1 year to patients with severe migraine-related disability was comparable to in-office visits for improving migraine disability, number of headache days, and average headache severity at 12 months.
Medical education does not equip students to provide high-quality, effective nutrition care.
Even with recent efforts to increase diversity among physicians, there is a deficiency in black, Hispanic, and American Indian or Alaskan Native representation in medical school matriculants, according to a recent article published in JAMA Network Open.
Adults aged 65 years and older should undergo annual cognitive health assessments to improve recognition of mild cognitive impairment.
Although rates of burnout and satisfaction with work-life integration improved among US physicians between 2014 and 2017, they still face an increased risk for burnout compared with workers in other fields.
Further understanding of the recently recognized symptomatic, measurable prodrome phase in multiple sclerosis will increase clinicians’ ability to diagnose and manage the disease earlier.
A high percentage of neurologists report diagnosing secondary progressive multiple sclerosis over a shorter period than that suggested by clinical guidance, and a greater number of neurologists who focus on multiple sclerosis diagnose and treat patients with SPMS than general neurologists.