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Diabetes distress -- from an inability to achieve one's A1c goal -- comes with the territory. Quit fighting it, says this diabetes expert, and address it with small achievable goals. Insights in this podcast.

A slideshow on some of this year's blogs at Psychiatric Times, written by leaders in the field of psychiatry.

Before you give — or receive — a gift this year, understand the federal and state laws that govern gifts to physicians and medical practices.

I recently saw a great cartoon. A patient is surrounded by doctors, all turned away from him viewing their respective computer screens. The caption: patient-centered medicine.

Can you guess what proportion of patients in private rheumatology practices can't follow instructions for taking methotrexate? The authors of this study offer some suggestions to improve adherence.

The decision to start insulin therapy requires frank dialogue with a patient about lifestyle, psychosocial, and employment matters. Given this patient's particulars, what type of insulin would you prescribe and on what schedule?

Patients must become central to radiologists’ work, David C. Levin MD, said at RSNA 2014.

Does this rash look like impetigo? Herpes? Tinea? Cellulitis? Here's a close look and a link to the answer and discussion.

I always seek to provide a therapeutic interaction. However, I often seek it in the certainty of medical knowledge and behind the veneer of science.

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