Gluten-free diet triples in Americans

According to a report published online September 6th in JAMA Internal Medicine and covered in PracticeUpdate, between 2009 and 2014, the number of gluten-free Americans has tripled but the number of individuals with celiac disease has remained unchanged.  The rise in […]

Read more

Safe travels

The U.S. has succeeded at significantly reducing the number of deaths due to car crashes from 2000-2013, however our level of improvement is significantly lower than that of 19 other high-income countries. In a recent report by the Centers for […]

Read more

Combating provider burn-out

Finding ways to deal with burn out due to work stress is important, especially for healthcare providers. At a panel discussion at Medscape’s New York City headquarters, participants reported EHR as one primary cause of work-based stress. In addition, higher […]

Read more