Metabolic syndrome, including hypertension, obesity, dyslipidemia, and hyperglycemia, promote arterial stiffness, which has been linked to depression.
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This noninferiority trial showed no more chronic sleep loss or sleepiness across trial days among interns in flexible programs than among those in standard programs.
Researchers evaluated the national burden of ﬁnancial hardship from medical bills among persons with atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease, as well as the fallout from such a problem, including financial distress, food insecurity, and cost-related medication nonadherence.
A consultation with a medical specialist was found to reduce family complaints and threats of litigation after the death of a loved one.
How can researchers responsibly use genomic information about race and ethnicity?
Direct-to-consumer television advertising may not be the best place to provide cost information on prescription drugs and biologic products.
Physicians have a moral obligation to protect their patients from both physical and financial harms associated with pharmaceutical therapies.
Employer-sponsored wellness programs can put physicians in an unenviable position.
While wearable technology can provide substantial patient benefit, these devices carry significant privacy and security risks.
Prices of prescription drugs in short supply between 2015 and 2016 were found to increase more than twice as quickly as they would have in the absence of a shortage.