Worst Things to Do at the Doctor's

In certain cases, a patient may come into my office convinced that an MRI is needed to rule out something or that a medicine is needed to cure something

When bringing in medical records, verify that they are accurate and up-to-date. physician and chief medical officer of Clearing, Dr. Jacob Hascalovici, believes that doctors are swamped with notions

"You're doing yourself a disservice if you're spending hours scouring the depths of the internet for information.

A 15-minute pre-visit education session on treatment alternatives or a clarification of particular symptoms is more than enough

Keep in mind that not all medications and products are appropriate for everyone. 

Noreen Galaria, MD, FAAD, a dermatologist in Northern Virginia, believes her area of work lends itself most readily to research done on Instagram and TikTok before a patient's appointment

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