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In recent surveys, Ob/Gyn and women’s health specialists rank second or third highest for rate of burnout. Plus females have more burnout symptoms — and lower happiness-at-work scores — than males. What can be done?
A child and adolescent psychiatrist shares learnings from her efforts to improve the care of teens with mental illness by meeting them where they are — in their local schools.
Distance Health is part of an initiative to transform Cleveland Clinic for the future. For the last year, pain management physicians have been acclimating patients to this convenient way of receiving care.
A large meta-analysis confirms what had been suggested by smaller trials: Vegetations larger than 10 mm significantly raise the risk of embolism and death in patients with infective endocarditis.
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The average NFL career lasts 3.3 years. One serious injury for a player can turn the NFL into the “not for long” league.
To patients, warmth and competence are not separate factors. Are they to you? Bikat Tilahun, PhD, explains why they shouldn’t be.
Several aspects of this case deviate from the classic SLE presentation, but uncommon cases are common in Cleveland Clinic’s Lupus Clinic.
Adding aspirin to chronic NSAID therapy slightly modifies celecoxib’s safely profile relative to that of two nonselective NSAIDs, but not enough to alter conclusions of the primary PRECISION trial report.
A new study found that adjuvant radiotherapy (ART) for high-risk post-prostatectomy patients is associated with superior outcomes compared to early-salvage radiotherapy (ESRT) along three key parameters.