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Largest medical specialty organization in U.S. meets in Boston to present latest advances in internal medicine
More than 6,000 internal medicine physicians, subspecialists, medical students, and allied health professionals from around the world will gather for the American College of Physicians' (ACP) Internal Medicine Meeting 2015 from April 30 through May 2 (Thursday - Saturday) at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. More than 200 sessions cover a broad array of clinical and health care policy topics.
Higher intensity workouts help to improve glucose levels
Philadelphia, March 3, 2015– Patients at risk for diabetes or heart disease may want to choose their workout intensity based on health goals, according to an article being published in Annals of Internal Medicine.
American College of Physicians releases new guidelines for preventing
and treating bedsores
Philadelphia, March 3, 2015 -- The American College of Physicians today published two evidence-based clinical practice guidelines in Annals of Internal Medicine for the prevention and treatment of bedsores, also called pressure ulcers. Bedsores commonly occur in people with limited mobility, such as those in hospitals or long-term care settings.
ACP in the News
|3/3/2015||Not Sure How to Stop Bedsores? New Guidelines May Help - Medpage Today|
|3/2/2015||Why US law on guns and mental health needs to change - New Scientist|
|2/26/2015||Bioethicist: Why Are Guns a Taboo Topic on Campaign Trail? - NBC News|
|2/25/2015||Leading Medical Groups Call for Measures to Reduce Gun Injuries, Deaths - U.S. News and World Report|
|2/24/2015||Leading Medical Groups Call for Measures to Reduce Gun Injuries, Deaths - Healthday|
|2/24/2015||Medical Societies Call for Reducing Gun-Related Injury, Death - Medscape Today|
|2/12/2015||Which doctors should "own" end-of-life planning? -Reuters|
Page Updated: March 4, 2015