We should all clean our stethoscopes more often. But is it better to do so immediately after seeing a patient, or before?
Down syndrome is the most common chromosomal condition, and average life expectancy has increased substantially over the past 40 years. What issues are pertinent to primary care of this population?
For an accurate BP measurement, we need to use an appropriately sized cuff. Too large and the BP reading will be falsely low; too small and the reading will be falsely high.
Did you know the national standard for an elevated blood lead level changed in 2021?
PrEP coverage is marked by significant disparities across race/ethnicity. What’s happening in RI to combat this?
The Vanderbilt Assessment Scales are commonly used to evaluate ADHD symptoms in children, but did you also know that they also screen for oppositional defiant disorder, conduct disorder, anxiety, and depression?
According to a recent study, it appears that many parents think the HPV vaccine is simply “not necessary” despite the more than 44,000 cases of HPV-associated cancer per year.
Collecting Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI) data is essential, but challenging. How can we improve?
The use of complementary and integrative medicine is incredibly common in the US. How should we approach these therapies with our patients?
Urinary incontinence is common, affecting adult patients of all ages. What are the pertinent points for care?