Humans have just these 2 ways of sorting things--giving them a name or a giving them a number. We have been naming things since the days of Adam. More »
The personality proposals are certainly not the most dangerous part of DSM-5—but they do win the prize for being absolutely the silliest. They offer a... More »
Varying practitioner beliefs about what makes patients who have fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) “behave” differently from the general population are... More »
New Insights Into Diagnosis, Comorbidities, and Treatment Approaches More »
A 24-year-old veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF) presents to the ED mid-morning on a weekday. While the veteran is waiting to be triaged, other... More »
Acute rheumatic fever (ARF) was a major cause of morbidity and mortality in past decades, but with the passage of time and medical advances, it faded... More »
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