Keyword: Annals of Internal Medicine
Some 25 physician and patient groups urged CMS to immediately implement proposed step therapy safeguards to protect patient access to treatments.
A Colorado study found a disproportionately large number of emergency department visits for edible cannabis products.
New research shows that vets who get opioids from both the VA and Medicare Part D are 2-3 times more likely to die from unintentional overdose.
A major new study, published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, found no link between autism and the MMR vaccine.
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) offered some changes to its 2019 recommended adult immunization schedule.
Acquisition of physician practices by private equity firms has increased dramatically during the past few years, according to a new study.
The times (and laws) have changed when it comes to marijuana use, leaving many doctors with a big question: “What do we tell our patients?”
A study from Dartmouth found better health outcomes among VA hospitals than private hospitals, plus other headlines from around the web.
A new study suggests that doctors may be prescribing statins—one of the most commonly prescribed drugs worldwide—to too many of their patients.
Physicians need to rethink the advice that patients take a daily low-dose aspirin given evidence from new studies, according to a new opinion piece.