In this podcast, William Schaffner, MD, offers tips for clinicians on communicating information to their patients regarding COVID-19 and the COVID-19 vaccines including dispelling COVID-19 myths.
James Matera, DO, discusses how lipid disorders impact the management of chronic kidney disease (CKD), and whether statins are safe for use in patients with comorbid lipid disorders and CKD.
In this podcast, Luigi Bonavina, MD, talks about his team's latest study that investigated a novel approach, called magnetic sphincter augmentation with the LINX system, to reducing gastroesophageal reflux disease symptoms and the need for proton-pump inhibitor therapy.
In this podcast, Rebecca E. Wells, MD, discusses her research on using mindfulness-based stress reduction vs headache education for migraine treatment, a topic she presented at the AAN’s 2021 Virtual Meeting.
Dr Lentle discusses his research that addresses the lack of a precise definition of osteoporotic vertebral fractures, methods for identifying these fractures and distinguishing them from nonfracture lesions, and potential strategies for simplifying the terminology associated with these conditions.
In this podcast, Dana E. King, MD, discusses his team’s latest research that examined the association between glucosamine/chondroitin supplement use and mortality rates, as well as what the study results could mean for the future of this supplement use in US adults.
In this podcast, Michael Reid, MD, from the University of California, San Francisco, discusses the prevalence of obesity in patients with HIV, HIV treatments that may lead to obesity, and other antiretroviral medications.
In this podcast, Ahmed Elhakeem, MPH, PhD, talks about how time spent in various physical activity levels throughout adolescence impacts peak bone strength and osteoporosis risk later in life.
Jenna Marcus, MD, from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, discusses ovarian cancer risk stratification, screening and prophylactic strategies among populations with elevated ovarian cancer risk, and current screening guidelines.
In this podcast, Dana Villmore, PhD, Pa-C, discusses the diagnosis and management of fibromyalgia for primary care providers, a topic she recently presented at the 2021 American Academy of Physician Assistants Annual Conference.