By Dr. Indra Cidambi Primary care practitioners may inadvertently be enabling individuals with substance use disorders or causing others to become addicted to prescription medications. ...Read More »
Parents: Your Youth Athlete Kid Is Not Going Pro
By Louis M. Profeta, MD I don’t care if your eight year old can throw a baseball through six inches of plywood. He is not going ...Read More »
Should Doctors Tell Parents When They’ve Made Medical Mistake?
When a medical error leads to patient harm, it’s hard to argue that no one is more upset than the patient’s family. However, it’s often ...Read More »
Remember When We Trusted Our Doctors?
By Dr. Bill Miller I have been fortunate to practice medicine during an era of great scientific progress. The pace of this transformation remains exponentially greater ...Read More »
Childbirth in America Becoming More Dangerous for Women
By David A. Grimes, M.D. One of the world’s most beautiful buildings, the Taj Mahal stands as a monument to maternal mortality. Mumtaz Mahal died ...Read More »
Doc: Pain Sufferers Need to Make Informed Decisions for Relief
By Dr. Aristotle Economou My private practice in Beverly Hills focuses on delivering a holistic, multi-disciplinary approach to providing medical care to patients in pain. Unfortunately, ...Read More »
Doctor: Take The Fight To Ebola
By Karen Rizzo, MD Many of us suspected that there would be a day when Ebola would arrive in the United States and indeed it ...Read More »
Why Do So Many Kids Have Food Allergies? They’re Too Clean.
By Bill Miller, Ph.D. When I was growing up, I never knew any child with a food allergy. Allergies of any kind seemed rare. Yet ...Read More »
Are ACOs Solution or Piece of Healthcare Fad Diet?
By RON HOWRIGON It’s no secret that the healthcare system in this country needs to go on a diet when it comes to costs. Currently, ...Read More »
Doctor’s View: Keep Your Guns Out Of My Practice
“Physicians who genuinely wish to offer safety information can simply hand out firearms safety and safe storage brochures to all patients.” That was the advice of ...Read More »