Stress, burnout, and low engagement are serious national problems. An eight-week mindfulness intervention shows promise in mitigating the consequences.
In an effort to reduce harmful interactions and overdoses, providers may be going too far in steering people with opioid use disorder away from anxiety medication, a new study suggests.
Amid widespread prescription stimulant misuse, new research begins to characterize how pharmaceutical marketing may play a role.
Being uninsured or enrolled in Medicaid is a major factor in the stage of cancer at diagnosis, a new study finds.
The rise of screening for social needs presents an opportunity for pediatricians to make connections across screening tools and develop targeted interventions, a new study suggests.