A recent study explores the effects of Movardol, a blend of boswellia, ginger, and N-acetylglucosamine, on symptoms of knee osteroarthritis.
In public comments released today in response to FDA’s recent draft guidance on dietary fiber, two industry associations told the agency that the agency’s criteria for what is considered a dietary fiber are too stringent.
Is aspirin safe as antithrombotic therapy in pregnancy? Is electrocardioversion first-line treatment? Get the answers and other reminders, here.
Most think only their facility and job accommodations are required to be under compliance by ADA. Your practice's website must be too.
A registry study of more than 2700 British women found that a higher habitual intake of anthocyanins, flavan-3-ols, flavonols, and proanthocyanidins was linked to lower fat mass.
A new bill introduced in the New York State Assembly seeks to prohibit the sale or distribution of creatine to minors.
NPA has formed a partnership with the Informed-Choice testing program to expand the reach of its efforts to test for banned substances in U.S. supplements for athletes.
An asset protection plan can go horribly wrong for doctors if they are not well informed. Here are a few instances where this happened.
Breast percentage density estimations with synthesized 2D breast imaging versus standard-dose mammograms.
The 2016 Physicians Practice Fee Schedule Survey reveals how much more employed docs get paid than independent physicians for certain CPT codes.