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Cardiologist Jie Yang, MD, breaks down the evidence by age group and offers actionable steps for helping patients lower their risk.
Pediatric otolaryngologist David Conrad, MD, FAAP, provides keys to diagnosing various types of sinusitis and breaks down the serious complications that may develop in children and especially teens.
Primary care doctors are more than capable of caring for cancer survivors, but they need to stay informed on what cancer treatments their patients have received and their potential side effects.
Join us for this educational webinar on July 29 at 1pm (Eastern). Learn how to easily manage the lifecycle of your hospital’s most valuable tissue and implantable medical devices. Find out how to identify sources of waste and to proactively ...
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David A. Baran, MD, contributes to this published paper that proposes criteria to define acute myocardial infarction complicated by cardiogenic shock (AMICS).
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Divya Gupta, MD, Emory Healthcare heart failure and transplantation cardiologist, says that recurrent, unresolved pulmonary symptoms could signal a more serious condition and recommends thoroughly evaluating the heart.
Internationally Renowned Breast Cancer and HIV-Associated Malignancy Expert to Join Mount Sinai
By following certain patients for long periods — sometimes from childhood through adulthood — the Johns Hopkins epilepsy team helps protect patients from problems that can occur during various stages of their lives.
Jane O. Schell, discusses managing kidney disease in older patients.
Yale’s Saad Omer, director of the Yale Institute of Global Health and the associate dean at the Yale School of Medicine, has spent more than 20 years conducting research in countries throughout the world on ways to address vaccine hesitancy ...