A 30-year-old with a family history of diabetes, hypertension and cardiovascular disease has an abnormal result on a glucose challenge test in her first pregnancy.
There are many types of vegetarian eating, and the associated health benefits and nutritional risks differ greatly.
In developed countries, 70% to 80% of epileptic patients can be adequately controlled using modern antiepileptic medication protocols.
Authoritative advice on the investigation of a common clinical problem is specially written for family doctors by the Board of Continuing Medical Education of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.
There are several approaches to the management of pain of inflammatory origin.
Removal of an IUD is a very simple procedure and can be performed by any doctor who has the facilities to perform a speculum examination.
Highlights from the recent conference of the International Society of Travel Medicine.