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Medavera identifies gaps in knowledge and care, methodically researches the subject matter, identifies the top experts to guide the content, and then utilizes a format that will provide the best learning opportunity. We are always looking for new teaching methods and technologies in order to offer stimulating and actionable medical education. Medical education must be meaningful to become applied to clinical practice. Great content, respected leaders, and interesting formats create successful interactions and learning.
"Game Changer Vehicles" – mobile medical units in a roving RV – are helping to bring cancer screening to where it's needed.... What you should know about chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU), including symptoms, triggers, treatment, and a link to autoimmune disease.... Find out what’s best to wear to prevent and manage chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU), also called chronic hives.... The hives of CSU can be tricky to manage. You and your doctor can try medications to ease your symptoms. But other changes might make a difference, too.... CSU can be frustrating, but the worst part might be when the hives don’t go away on their own. New treatments can help.... Hives themselves are very common. So what sets chronic spontaneous urticaria apart?... FDA-approved biologics for chronic spontaneous urticaria (CSU), or chronic hives: See who they’re right for, when to try them, cost, and insurance issues.... A migraine diagnosis is a key part of your treatment plan. Here’s what to do if your doctor isn’t taking your pain seriously.... Pain, bleeding, and missed periods may be signs that something is wrong.... New dissolving films and mouth patches could replace pills for prescriptions... Patients with both heart and liver diseases are usually turned away from organ transplant lists. A new dual procedure aims to give them another chance.... When chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) reaches its advanced stages, it can be stressful and exhausting. But you don’t have to go it alone.... Are you looking for a clinical trial to help treat your chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL)? Find out what you need to know before you sign up.... Many female athletes struggle with body image, and it can put their physical and mental health at risk.... Some members of Generation Z are worried they are aging more quickly, thanks to social media influencers selling products. But skin care experts said the claim is false. Rather, it largely boils down to perception.... Some people with deep-rooted beliefs on a wide range of health topics – from COVID vaccination to mental health stigma to foods including genetically modified organisms – could be persuaded to rethink their positions.... Smoking Triggers: Learn to identify and manage triggers to quit smoking.... Common quit smoking fears are debunked by experts, who offer tips on how to face and overcome worries such as weight gain or becoming stressed out.... Almost half of all pregnancies in the U.S. are unplanned. Find out how this happens so often, from user error to irregular periods.... What to know about whole-body CT scans and DEXA scans for body composition.... Your child is sick. Do you know if you should call the pediatrician, or wait? Use this guide to know when to make the call.... When is spitting up normal, and when is it a problem? Learn signs to watch out for, as a pediatrician and parent who’s been there share their wisdom.... SCAD accounts for 1 in 3 acute heart events in younger women. Many doctors are not aware it exists.... Strategies for reducing the out-of-pocket cost for RA biologics, getting financial help, and researching viable drug options.... What happens when you stop taking a biologic for RA? Learn more about when and how to go off a biologic drug.... Should you try another biologic for RA if the first one isn't working? Find out when it might be time to switch drugs.... Rheumatoid arthritis support groups are great for tips and comfort, but not medical advice. Learn how to get support when you take a biologic for RA.... Biologics for rheumatoid arthritis can take a few months to work their best. Find out when you can expect a biologic drug for RA to start working.... Living with Crohn's disease means you need to be flexible in your daily routines. Learn one woman's tricks for living with Crohn's disease.... Nighttime coughs may affect your sleep quality. Learn tips for relief so you can get the rest you need for healing.... Female doctors-turned-patients share their insights about why women’s symptoms are so often dismissed – and how to fix it.... Within the first 3 months of 2024, the U.S. surpassed the total number of measles cases recorded in all of 2023. Could the nation break a record this year? Here's what to know.... Emulsifiers don’t necessarily equal junk food. Such substances can be found in many foods that are often considered healthy, such as some low-fat Greek yogurts, trail mix bars, or oat milk.... New findings should bring comfort to pregnant people who need pain relief, given that full-dose aspirin and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs have been shown to pose serious risks to pregnant patients.... Parents and caregivers of children with ADHD share their advice on how to help manage symptoms, teach coping skills, and improve daily life.... A new diagnosis calls for an adjustment to your discipline strategy. Here’s what may work best for your child.... A new diagnosis can bring relief -- but also new worries. Here’s how to navigate them with your child.... S.A.R.A.H., which stands for Smart AI Resource Assistant for Health, uses Open AI’s GPT (generative pretrained transformer) large language model to answer a wide range of health questions.... Diagnosed with multiple myeloma? WebMD shows how you can conquer treatment-related side effects.... Many transgender men and nonbinary people can carry a pregnancy. Here are tips to find an OB/GYN who will offer supportive transgender pregnancy care.... As WebMD’s chief medical officer, John Whyte, MD, is in a unique position to see both the current state of medical care for America’s older adults and the way things are trending for the future. We asked him to share his insight on a few topics, along with a bit of advice.... Quick tips that encourage your child to help with cleaning the house... The way you sleep – or don’t -- can be surprisingly impactful. The type of sleeper you are may profoundly influence the roadmap your health takes for a decade or longer. Here's what to know.... Can you get diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder as an adult? Find out what that is like.... We tend to keep to ourselves in public – but experts say chatting with acquaintances and bystanders could be good for our mood and physical health.... Data on collagen supplements is more plentiful than in the past, though still murky. Collagen supplements appear to be safe to take and somewhat effective, depending on what problem you’re trying to solve, what type of supplement you take, and which ingredients are included. Here's what to know.... IgA nephropathy can be challenging, but a support system makes it easier to manage. Learn how to take steps to stay connected to your community when dealing with this disease.... IgA nephropathy can raise your chances of depression, anxiety, and stress. Here are some steps you can take to manage your mental and kidney health.... An Instagram influencer helps other people with Crohn’s and IBD heal themselves... African Americans are more likely to develop multiple myeloma but are underrepresented in clinical trials. Here’s why and what can be done about it....