Alcohol use disorder is often linked to poverty, unemployment, social isolation, and other social determinants of health, and medicine must address these underlying factors to genuinely reduce the risks associated with alcohol.
ACP's Chief Advocacy Officer issues a challenge to members of the College to be more “purple” in their outlook in order to achieve goals as a team, even when they disagree.
Pain guidelines issued by medical societies call for nondrug therapies and exercise as primary recommendations for chronic pain.
Although it's not in the job description, sometimes the practice of medicine requires political advocacy, as ACP did at Leadership Day.
This month's expert discusses measuring vital signs, orthostatic hypotension, and the cardiac exam in the context of inpatient care.
ACP clarifies how information blocking regulations and the HIPAA Privacy Rule would work together through a newly proposed rule about information sharing and blocking.
A 27-year-old man is evaluated for a pruritic rash on his elbows and knees of 3 years' duration. Celiac disease was diagnosed 7 months ago. He started a gluten-free diet, and the diarrhea resolved but the rash has persisted. Following a physical exam and other tests, what is the most appropriate management?