Burnout is thought to be the direct result of occupational demands that consistently outweigh the physical, mental, and psychological abilities of individuals suffering from it.
According to recent estimates from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, stroke affects more than 795,000 individuals in the United States annually and represents the fifth leading cause of death in the country.1 Stroke is also associated with substantial long-term disability and with costs estimated at $34 billion each year. Atrial fibrillation (AF), which…
Studies show increased rate of all types of dementia in patients with AF, with new data finding treatment of AF lowers risk for cognitive dysfunction.
The American Heart Association and American Stroke Association have released an update to their 2018 guidelines for the early management of acute ischemic stroke.
Recent research indicates that disparities related to physician race or ethnicity, sex, or disability status may play a role in physician burnout.
Emerging evidence suggests that the extrapulmonary effects of pulmonary arterial hypertension may manifest in the form of vascular dysfunction in systemic circulation, metabolic/endocrine dysfunction, and skeletal and respiratory muscle dysfunction.
Transgender youth on gender-affirming hormone therapy have differences in their percent fat and lean mass compared with cisgender youth.
There is growing evidence that the addition of triglyceride-lowering medication and lifestyle changes may be valuable in diabetes management.
PDE5 inhibitor use was associated with a 35% decreased risk for CRC in male patients with a history of a benign colorectal neoplasm, and the decrease was associated with increasing cumulative dose of PDE5 inhibitors.
Physician practices need to weigh the pros and cons of remaining independent or joining an integrated health care delivery system.