In this podcast, Sri Banerjee, MD, PhD, MPH, MAS, speaks about the role of sleep duration in the relationship between education and mortality, including how sleep stages and social factors are connected to certain chronic conditions, such as obesity. He presented on this topic at the 25th World Congress of Neurology (WCN 2021).
Parag Goyal, MD, MSc, on How a New Risk Calculator Can Reduce CV Readmission After a Heart Failure Hospitalization
In this podcast, Parag Goyal, MD, MSc, provides an overview of a new risk calculator and explains how it can play a role in meeting the “need to move toward a more tailored, personalized approach” to postdischarge therapy.
Dr Cennimo discusses serious health complications that can arise from acquiring influenza virus, as well as vulnerable populations that are the most susceptible to these complications.
Rashi Aggarwal, MD, from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, discusses screening tools and treatment options for diagnosing and managing posttraumatic stress disorder in the primary care setting.
In this podcast, Sarah Bolander, DMSc, PA-C, discusses appropriately identifying and describing common eponymous extremity fractures in a primary care setting.
In part 1 of this podcast series, Robert S. Laitman, MD, from Bronx Westchester Medical Group and SARDAA, discusses the 5 criteria used to help diagnose schizophrenia, as well as the differential diagnosis.
In this podcast, Dana Villmore, PhD, Pa-C, discusses the diagnosis and management of fibromyalgia for primary care providers, a topic she recently presented at the 2021 American Academy of Physician Assistants Annual Conference.
In this podcast, Susan Hutchinson, MD, discusses the implications for her team's research presented in the session "Oral Rimegepant 75 mg is Safe and Well Tolerated in Adults with Migraine and Cardiovascular Risk Factors: Results of a Multicenter, Long-Term, Open-Label Safety Study" at the American Academy of Neurology's 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting.
In this podcast, Jelena Pavlovic, MD, PhD, discusses the implications of her team's research presented in the session "Ubrogepant Was Safe and Well Tolerated in the Acute Treatment of Perimenstrual Migraine" at the American Academy of Neurology's 2021 Virtual Annual Meeting.
In this podcast, Erika Sward, from the American Lung Association, discusses recently released data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention that show a decline in tobacco use among middle- and high-school students, as well as discusses the implications of this data on the United States' smoking epidemic.