Among older moderate drinkers, those who sometimes engage in binge drinking have an increased total mortality risk compared with those who have a regular pattern of moderate drinking.
Nonmedical abusers of prescription opioid drugs who have the highest risk of overdose are as likely to obtain them from a friend or family member as a physician's prescription.
Women who were ever smokers during their reproductive years and those never-smoking women with the highest levels of secondhand smoke exposure have significantly increased odds for spontaneous abortion, stillbirth, and tubal ectopic pregnancy.
Medicaid patients and patients with more comorbidities have a longer length of stay for incident heart failure, compared to other hospitalized cases.
Indoor tanning is common among high school students and is linked to engaging in other risky behaviors.
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The goal of this program is to improve the management of emergencies related to the ...
The objectives of this activity will be to help primary care providers better recognize psychosocial ...
This activity will review the physical exam and laboratory findings suggestive of alcohol abuse and ...