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Following up on breast density

This issue also covers vaccination practices and resources for managing the COVID-19 pandemic.
1 Jun 2020

Getting patients to ‘yes' on COVID-19 vaccines

Experts believe practicing physicians are well positioned to take a lead role combating one of the biggest anticipated obstacles to widespread vaccination: vaccine hesitancy.
1 Jan 2021

Expensive vaccines may wipe out wrong target—the doctor

New and expensive vaccines added to the schedule for adolescents, adults and children over the last several years have created a crisis in the delivery system that threatens to reduce or eliminate the private provider's role, say experts following the issue.
1 Apr 2009

Fighting COVID-19 vaccine fallacies with facts

This issue addressed COVID-19 vaccination and integrating oral health into primary care.
1 Nov 2021

Allergy may not be absolute obstacle to COVID-19 vaccine

Allergic reactions to COVID-19 vaccines are rare but remain a source of concern. Experts at a recent conference offered some advice on management.
1 Apr 2021

CDC releases interim monkeypox guidance, reports epidemiologic and clinical characteristics

The interim guidance focused on prevention and treatment of monkeypox in persons with HIV infection. The most frequently reported signs and symptoms from recent cases of monkeypox in the U.S. include rash (100%), fever (63%), chills (59%), and lymphadenopathy (59%).
16 Aug 2022

NAFLD needs new attention in primary care

This issue also covers counseling patients about exercise, COVID-19 vaccines and vaccination, and reflections by College leaders about their terms of office during the pandemic.
1 Apr 2021

HPV testing compared with cytology may result in less cervical intraepithelial neoplasia

Clinicians will have to choose between primary human papillomavirus testing and co-testing based on modeling and cost-effectiveness studies, an editorial noted.
10 Jul 2018

ACP, CDC issue best practice advice on HBV

Clinicians should screen for hepatitis B virus (HBV) in patients at high risk, such as those born in countries where the HBV prevalence is 2% or higher, men who have sex with men, patients who require immunosuppressive therapy, or patients with end-stage renal disease.
21 Nov 2017

Top 10 medical myths, busted

Ten medical myths persist despite all the evidence.
1 Jun 2019

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