Rate of food insecurity skyrockets
The number of Americans with cardiovascular disease who are food insecure—having limited or uncertain access to adequate food—has skyrocketed over the last 20 years, a national study finds.
New continuity of care measure
Continuity of care is essential to the clinician/patient relationship within family medicine. However, researchers have few ways to track continuity of care as a measurement of clinical quality.
Patterns of lifespan weight gain/loss
Dementia is a growing global public health concern currently affecting 50 million people and is expected to rise dramatically to more than 150 million cases worldwide by 2050. Obesity, commonly…