Positive genetic risk information about melanoma may help to prompt people to discuss melanoma risk with a wider variety of family members, according to a new study.
Some very recent research findings have added to the literature on the associations between migraine and depression, anxiety, and other disorders. Highlights here.
Determining who is at risk for MS remains difficult, and symptoms may take time to develop even in patients who already have some destroyed myelin. MRI may help.
Doctors treating a patient for a lupus flare presenting as a fever were puzzled when her body temperature suddenly plunged. After solving the problem, they learned that it is rare but not unique -- and may be somewhat predictable.
Attempts at determining imaging efficiency identifies hospitals with inefficient practices but not hospitals that are doing well.
Hispanic childhood cancer survivors are less likely to receive follow-up care later in life than white survivors, according to a new study.
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services announced plans to cover low-dose CT screening for lung cancer, based mainly on the National Lung Screening Trial.
(ACR2014) What looks good at the forthcoming annual meeting of the ACR? One rheumatologist offers his expectations for useful revelations, if not clinical revolutions, in the coming week.
Coverage of low-dose CT for lung cancer screening makes for an historical lung cancer awareness month.
(ACR 2014) Encouraging real-life data to be presented at the ACR annual meeting suggest that at least some patients can safely discontinue biologics. But with the true meaning of remission still uncertain, it's not yet clear who they are.