Is mindfulness key to helping physicians with mental health?
December 8, 2021
“When we go into our state of deep rest in the meditation practice, which is two to five times more restful than sleep, it heals those stress scars.”
Neurologic disorders ubiquitous and rising in the U.S.
March 2, 2021
Most of the rise in disease burden could be attributed to population aging, while age-standardized figures showed stroke and dementias to be level or declining, offering hope that prevention measures may be having an effect.
Physicians react: Doctors worry about patients reading their clinical notes
January 11, 2021
As part of the 21st Century Cures Act, patients will now have the right to see their medical notes.
Headache may predict clinical evolution of COVID-19
June 22, 2020
Headache onset could occur during the presymptomatic or symptomatic phase of COVID-19 and could resemble tension-type or migraine headache.
Study: Problems persist with APMs
October 24, 2018
Concerns reported in 2014 persisted into 2018 and were joined by new concerns over the pace of change and complexity as well as issues with two-sided risk models.
Recent increase in subdural hematoma may be linked to antithrombotics
February 28, 2017
Has the more widespread use of antithrombotic medication resulted in more cases of subdural hemotoma?