The threat of a widespread influenza pandemic, similar to the worldwide outbreak of the Spanish flu in 1918-19, should remain a top concern within the medical community, DOs, say.
Two DOs assured physicians that the switch to paperless systems will ultimately lead to increased efficiency, added time with patients and fewer medical errors.
The National Osteopathic Medical Association hosted is fourth annual health fair, offering free health screenings for adults and children and providing educational programs for community members.
Whether looking at the figure on a scale or the digits in a patient’s body mass index, DOs should try not to focus too much on numbers.
Diagnosing patients for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder can be challenging because the majority of affected patients will have one or more comorbid conditions at some point in their lives.
The AOA convention in Las Vegas attracted a record number of attendees. Here’s a look at some of them.
Following its general meeting in November, the 4-year-old Osteopathic International Alliance has grown to include 49 members.
The actions of a Caribbean medical school could have repercussions for all osteopathic and allopathic medical students.
Even in the time of billion-dollar corporate bailouts, "big" isn’t always "bad."
Physicians have to stop thinking of medical communication as only what they professionally say or write.
Dozens of Las Vegas children participated in the Student Osteopathic Medical Association’s annual philanthropy project at the Lied Discovery Children’s Museum in Las Vegas.