Patient education materials from 16 major medical societies all suffer from a lack of readability, making them difficult for patients to comprehend and potentially contributing to poor health literacy, according to a study in JAMA Internal Medicine.
When it comes to discussing exercise, it seems that many of us are at a loss for words. What kind of exercise should I recommend? How much exercise is enough? How much is too much? How do I know that my patient is actually exercising? How do I prescribe exercise? As you can imagine, there are apps for this!
Medical management of early pregnancy failure is an appropriate and safe option for many women who want to avoid surgical intervention or expectant management.
Two physicians discuss the pros and cons of universal assessment for ob/gyns and their patients.
This difficult defense—a young woman dying shortly after a routine tubal ligation—was further complicated by conflicting reports about who said what to whom and when.