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Monday, January 20, 2020

Leo Robert

Leo Robert has written hundreds of articles for health care, education, and business publications, including www.PatientCareOnline.com, The New York Times, and Business Week. In recent years, he served as editor of www.rheumatologynetwork.com, editor and editorial director for The Journal of Musculoskeletal Medicine, and editor of BioMechanics. Previously, he was founding editor and editorial director for Eyecare Business. Leo also authored the classroom book “Living in the Grasslands: A Cultural Geography” and a yet-unpublished murder mystery novel, “Dead in the Nick of Time.”

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Nurse practitioners play a critical part in the management of patients who present with chronic idiopathic constipation (CIC), a prevalent disorder that...
For some ongoing and urgent physical complaints and for chronic conditions, nurses may provide equal or even better quality of care than primary care...
Health care professionals involved with collecting and reconciling medication histories in the emergency department -- what medications a patient should be taking,...
Anxiety disorders -- including specific phobias, generalized anxiety disorder, and social anxiety disorder -- are the most common adolescent mental health conditions...
Opioid analgesics remain a critical component of treatment for severe intractable pain. But prescription opioid-related overdose deaths and admissions for opioid use disorder...

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