There are a lot of public health issues that need addressing — can the new Surgeon General tackle them in an effective manner?
A physician assistant specializing in treating addiction shares some of the ways she spots drug seekers and addicts on the job.
Some patients don't want to hear it, they just want their unreasonable request accepted. Here's how to say no.
Sometimes the toughest thing to tell a patient is to have patience. But, as this doc explains, that may be the only answer to what ails them.
The tragic murder of Dr. Todd Graham due to not prescribing opioids to a patient is a cautionary tale for physicians and other providers.
This healthcare provider shares his experiences on having two brothers who succumbed to HIV/AIDS in the 1980s and how it's shaped his outlook in medicine.
You might think a medical issue is widely understood, but for many patients, they won't know what you're talking about.
All patients bleed red and will likely pay in green, but physicians have to make sure to watch out for themselves.
According to new data from the CDC, opioid prescription rates fell over a five-year period from 2010 to 2015, but are still triple where they were in 1999.
Disappointed and angry patients are more likely to sue you for malpractice. Our advisory board shares tips on how to avoid this situation.