Biologic therapies have been introduced as new treatment options for patients with severe asthma. Wendy Moore, MD, answered our questions about the research she presented at CHEST2020.
In this video, Ileana L. Piña, MD, MPH, provides insight into assessing the risk of cardiovascular disease among patients who are Hispanic.
Data indicates that 4 in 10 Americans have at least one tattoo. In this Q&A, board-certified dermatologist Marie Leger, MD, PhD, from Metro Dermatology in New York City, discusses potential dermatologic complications that can arise with tattoos and how dermatologists can manage and treat them.
Eugenia L. Siegler, MD, answers our questions about her approach to managing older adults with HIV, the challenges she and the older population face, and how to overcome those challenges.
Consultant360 spoke with Cydney E. McQueen, PharmD, who talked about the benefits, harms and regulation practices of supplement use.
Social media is a powerful tool in today’s society and is an important platform for health care providers and organizations to spread positive messages to their patients, their patients’ guardians, and the public. Jennifer A. Manganello, PhD, MPH, answers our questions about child injury prevention messages on social media.
In this podcast, Dr Ajayi discusses her team's latest research that explored the rate of acceptance of the influenza vaccine among patients with limited English proficiency, as well as how she plans to use these findings to better understand why patients refuse the vaccine.
In this podcast, Monica Aggarwal, MD, explains the lifestyle modifications that are key for the prevention of cardiovascular disease and how clinicians can encourage their patients to make the changes.
Dr Mitchell reviews the link between the vaginal microbiome and reproductive health, the shift in the vaginal microbial community’s composition after menopause, and more.
In this podcast, Sarah Bolander, DMSc, PA-C, discusses appropriately identifying and describing common eponymous extremity fractures in a primary care setting.