Understanding the issues concerning suicide and mental health is an important way to take part in suicide prevention, help others in crisis, and change the conversation around suicide.
Disparities are rampant in the care of patients with sickle cell disease: decreased life expectancy, decreased access to high quality care, longer wait times and worse pain management in the ED, and lack of prioritization on local, national, and global levels. How can we do better?
Time to get comfortable with your favorite monofilament.
PPD is common, yet less than 15% of parents receive treatment. How can we do better?
Depression is incredibly common, but when is the last time you paused to review the evidence? This week, Dr. Boyd takes us on a deep dive.
You just had a great discussion with your patient about initiating insulin, but now you’re staring at your computer screen wondering what to do next. No worries–our amazing clinical pharmacist is here to help!
Asthma is a *breath-taking* topic with different guidelines shedding light on classification of severity and management. Let’s get to it.
Food allergies seem to be getting more and more common. Drs. Lhungay and Siegert take us on a deep dive on a complex topic!
Dyslipidemia most likely starts in childhood, so what can we do about it?
What lifestyle modifications should we recommend to patients with HLD? How do we calculate ASCVD risk? And should we just cut corners and add statins to our water supply?