A matter-of-fact approach works best to discuss the often-uncomfortable topic for patients and physicians.
One patient’s quest for his medical record leads to a critical question for his physician.
A rare disease. A shattered family. A medical team with no answers. Sometimes the worst outcomes fuel the greatest desire for a cure.
Internist and cancer survivor Wendy Harpham, MD, on the role of hope in a patient’s recovery from illness and how physicians help foster this emotion.
Here’s one prescription you might not mind writing—one for fresh fruit and vegetables.
The USDA’s plans to ship pre-filled food boxes to Americans is well-intentioned, but has its flaws as well.
Here are five ways physicians can make clear that LBGTQIA patients will be treated with the same respect and high-quality care any other patients receive.
By day, Michael Sevilla, MD, is a family physician in the small northeastern Ohio town of Salem, about 20 miles west of the Pennsylvania border. But at night, between visits, and during his lunch break, he's "Dr. Anonymous," posting updates to his blog of the same name, checking his Facebook page and Twitter feed, or recording his latest Web-based radio show.