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Flu Education Resource for HCPs

Proactively speak about the importance of an annual influenza vaccination. This resource can help guide the conversation.

How Is Bacterial Vaginosis Treated?
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How Is Bacterial Vaginosis Treated?

Explore all of your bacterial vaginosis treatment options and learn how to get rid of BV.

Understanding Parkinson's Disease Psychosis
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Understanding Parkinson's Disease Psychosis

Hallucinations and delusions are symptoms of Parkinson's disease psychosis, which occurs in about 50 percent of people with PD at some point during their illness.

How Is Bacterial Vaginosis Treated?
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How Is Bacterial Vaginosis Treated?

Explore all of your bacterial vaginosis treatment options and learn how to get rid of BV.

Do You Talk With Your Patients About Overactive Bladder?
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Do You Talk With Your Patients About Overactive Bladder?

If your patients have sudden and unexpected urges to urinate, then you may want to talk with them about overactive bladder, or OAB.

Antibacterial Scrubs for Nurses No Match for Germs
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Antibacterial Scrubs for Nurses No Match for Germs

Special antibacterial scrubs for nurses don't fend off germs any better than traditional nursing garb, a new study finds.

Is This Disrupting Patient Care?
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Is This Disrupting Patient Care?

Physicians spend roughly as many hours on computer work as they do meeting with patients.

Nurses' 'Scrubs' Pick Up Bad Hospital Germs
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Nurses' 'Scrubs' Pick Up Bad Hospital Germs

The "scrubs" of intensive care unit (ICU) nurses often pick up disease-causing germs, including those resistant to antibiotics, a new study reports.

Understanding Parkinson's Disease Psychosis
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Understanding Parkinson's Disease Psychosis

Hallucinations and delusions are symptoms of Parkinson's disease psychosis, which occurs in about 50 percent of people with PD at some point during their illness.

Understanding Parkinson's Disease Psychosis
For Professionals

Understanding Parkinson's Disease Psychosis

Hallucinations and delusions are symptoms of Parkinson's disease psychosis, which occurs in about 50 percent of people with PD at some point during their illness.

Why You Should Be Talking About Endometriosis
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Why You Should Be Talking About Endometriosis

Endometriosis is one of the most common gynecologic disorders in America and can cause debilitating pain. But it can also be difficult to diagnose.

Female Doctors May Have an Edge
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Female Doctors May Have an Edge

Older Americans who land in the hospital are more likely to survive if their doctor is a woman, a new study suggests.

Perspectives on Endometriosis Management
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Perspectives on Endometriosis Management

Women sometimes don't know how to talk to their doctors about the pain and problems of endometriosis. Health care providers can help guide the conversation.

How to Start the Conversation About Your Eyes
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How to Start the Conversation About Your Eyes

Eyes can provide important clues to a person’s overall health.

How Is Bacterial Vaginosis Treated?
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How Is Bacterial Vaginosis Treated?

Explore all of your bacterial vaginosis treatment options and learn how to get rid of BV.

Study IDs Effective Strategies for Burned-Out Doctors
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Study IDs Effective Strategies for Burned-Out Doctors

Doctors who feel burned out don't have to suffer, researchers report. Burnout affects more than half of U.S. doctors, according to the Mayo Clinic researchers.

The Importance of Having a Good Pharmacist
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The Importance of Having a Good Pharmacist

Pharmacists may do a better job than doctors helping chronically ill patients manage their blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels if they're allowed to direct people's health care, a new evidence review suggests.

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