Perspective

 
 
  • Treating NAFLD by Defeating Obesity: What Are the Best Options? Bariatric surgery is often the treatment of last resort, but considering it earlier may be just what patients with fatty liver disease need.
  • Intermittent Fasting: What Worked, Proved Challenging A nurse describes how she dealt with the rigors of one of the more successful programs for weight loss.
  • Just Don't Call Me Mrs Dating in medical school presents unique challenges, providing optimal testing ground for a committed relationship.
  • Ways to Make Sure 2022 Doesn't Stink for Docs Let's start a conversation on what it means to be engaged in our personal and professional lives.
  • Rapid Rx Quiz: Semaglutide Do you know best practices for semaglutide, as well as interactions to avoid and adverse effects to watch for? Test yourself on this promising new drug with this short quiz.
  • What Leads to 'Detransitioning' and Regret in Transgenders? One of the most common questions Dr Ashley Brandt gets asked is the rate of regret patients have after their surgeries.
  • How Proper Posture and Breathing Can Minimize Stress Retired pathologist turned yoga instructor Nadine Kelly offers insight on how simple breathing exercises can help minimize stress.
  • Yogi MD: How to Minimize Stress in 3 Minutes   Retired pathologist-turned-yoga-instructor Nadine Kelly offers insight on how simple breathing exercises can help minimize stress for healthcare professionals.
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  • Osteoarthritis Phenotyping Makes Progress Karmela Kim Chan, MD, discusses recent efforts to phenotype osteoarthritis, which have not yet been applied successfully to match appropriate treatment to the appropriate patient population.
  • COVID at 2 Over the past 2 years, Americans have made many changes to how they live, work, play, worship, and manage their health. Many experts think some of these changes are here to stay.
  • Tough Questions on the COVID Pandemic   We asked. You answered. Here's how our readers feel about the pandemic. Like is it almost over?
  • Swinging for the Fences: Curing NSCLC Oncologist Jack West explores the major advances we've made in treating NSCLC and makes predictions for what's to come in the curative setting.
  • Kidney Stones: What Hurts and What Helps   The Curbsiders review the amazing tips they learned about urinary stone disease in a recent podcast with Dr David Goldfarb.
  • Managing the Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms of BPH   Recently released guidelines detail the various classes of pharmacotherapy to use in primary care settings, depending on the patient's symptoms, prostate size, and other factors.
  • Unmet Needs in the Era of Precision Medicine for RCC   Sandy Srinivas, MD, examines the current unmet needs for patients with renal cell carcinoma and discusses how the KEYNOTE-564 trial can help identify the right patient for the right therapy.
  • Blowing Your Lid? Check Your Emotional Intelligence Being the brightest isn't the same as being the smartest. Emotional intelligence may be one of your strongest assets.
  • Modular IOL Systems Add to Ophthalmologists' Armamentarium Dr Garg discusses a paper from Ang and colleagues presenting visual outcomes after optic exchange from a modular intraocular lens.
  • Dr Topol on the Second Anniversary of the COVID-19 Pandemic   WebMD's Chief Medical Officer, John Whyte, MD, MPH, speaks with Eric Topol, MD, Executive Vice President, Scripps Research and Editor-in-Chief, Medscape, about the status of our fight against COVID-19 as we hit the 2-year mark of the pandemic.
  • ILD Screening in Rheumatic Diseases: Strategies to Consider Two experts from Hospital for Special Surgery review the current landscape and evidence for interstitial lung disease screening in patients with connective tissue diseases.