The Patient Education ForumOsteoporosis is often called the "silent disease" because bone loss occurs without symptoms.
First Report®New data show that the risk of developing cancer for patients with RA treated with tumor TNF-antagonists is no greater than patients not exposed to TNF-antagonists.
Physician's PerspectivePhysicians are often faced with a dilemma; a patient presents with one problem, and a decision must be made regarding the cause and how best to treat it.
Letters to the EditorAlthough rationing of Medicare benefits is unlikely politically, perhaps what can be accomplished is better practice of what has been termed “slow medicine.”
Musculoskeletal DisordersOsteoporosis is a common “geriatric syndrome” with major personal and societal consequences.
Case ReportRhinocerebral infection is the most common clinical presentation of mucormycosis.
Psychiatry RoundsVerbal disruption in dementia has been associated more frequently with decline in cognition, loss of activities of daily living, poor functional status, and female gender.