AANP applauds South Dakota for aligning with neighboring states to provide patients full and direct access to nurse practitioners.
Medical students looking to score high on their board exams sometimes get a bit of uncomfortable advice: Embrace racial stereotypes.
There’s a fundamental shift towards patients having more control of their data and more say in how those data move.
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There are few new drugs on the horizon for diabetes, which affects about 29 million Americans.
Enormous technological changes are heading our way and they will transform pharma.
Practicing yoga can provide significant benefits for children with ADHD.
The use of pint-sized robots in pediatric therapy can encourage children to play an active role in physical therapy.
In future medical emergencies, where urgent response will be necessary, drones will mean the fastest answer.
Physicians and health care systems should welcome the opinions of patients, learn from them, and share them with the public.