Finally, this issue features the 10th and final story in our series marking ACP's Centennial. ... Read about ACP's 10th decade, featuring health care reform and other advocacy efforts, as well as new products and services.
For our feature story on the topic, our writer talked to 3 U.S. ... Read one expert's top 10 pearls on atrial fibrillation, and learn how to give a great talk to any audience.
Patients often report difficulty sleeping, and it's up to internists to determine which ones are suffering from lifestyle-related conditions like stress and which are affected by sleep apnea. ... Although ACP's premier scientific meeting is always a big
The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force has long recommended screening adults in primary care to reduce alcohol misuse, but in 2013 it revised its recommendation to clarify that such screening ... It's not all good news, though: For some drugs,
But it's an assessment that's important, since malnutrition can have a deleterious effect on all areas of a patient's overall health.
It's a new year, 2015, which is also the year of ACP's centennial. ... And every issue of ACP Internist this year will include an article that highlights each of ACP's 10 decades.
Stacey Butterfield, in this issue's story, looks at recent guidance on this topic and talks to experts about factors that could affect treatment in elderly diabetics, including patient preference, living ... Turn to our story to learn more. Palliative
Read our story to learn more. This month's other inside feature looks at programs at several medical schools across the country that aim to improve students' understanding of what it ... Next month's issue of ACP Internist will feature a wrapup of our
Our featured stories this month tackle 2 controversial topics. In our first story, Paula S. ... Our second story updates readers on the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force's latest recommendations on lung cancer screening.
Most physicians know that it's easy to recommend exercise to patients but much harder to do so in way that's taken seriously. ... Our story discusses one physician's preferred model for “prescribing” exercise, which covers specific factors like