Recent short-term studies have shown intermittent fasting’s potential for improving many critical health markers from losing weight to controlling blood sugar levels.
From running a tribal health center to helping babies breathe in Africa, women in medicine today are doing amazing things. Here are their stories.
As a medical studennt, Caleb Hentges, DO, battled personal demons and depression while nearly failing out of his first year. He came out the other side as a stronger and more compassionate individual and physician.
Two separate reports published last week found physician burnout continues to impact the health care landscape. Here are five takeaways from the reports.
The AOA’s Bureau of Emerging Leaders is accepting scholarship applications through March 4. Ten scholarships will cover recipients’ travel, lodging and registration for OMED 2019 in Baltimore.
Independent contractor work is not for everyone, but if you’re considering a lifestyle with more flexibility—such as a telemedicine position—it pays to know the facts before weighing your options.
Enlisting technology can help DOs and medical students monitor progress and maximize results. See The DO’s list of best fitness apps for 2019.
A New Jersey federal court judge has finalized the settlement agreement in the class action suit against AOA brought by four of its members.
In this live webinar on Jan. 31, learn how to overcome the challenges of transitioning from private practice into employed models and how to build stable practices in this expanding employed physician model.