Massachusetts Medical Society: Sample Articles from Vital Signs

Sample Articles from Vital Signs


Private Practice Physicians Share the Joys and Challenges with Students

Learn what four MMS members told medical students about the benefits of private practice during the “Introduction to Private Practice” webinar.

To read the full article from the April 2021 Vital Signs, click here.


Pioneering Black Physicians Paved Paths in Massachusetts

Read about three pioneering Black physicians in Massachusetts whose extraordinary drive to fulfill their calling in medicine is inspiring and sobering as we consider the legacy of racism in medicine.

To read the full article from the March 2021 Vital Signs, click here.


Fall Prevention Strategies for Older Adults during COVID-19

Learn how health care providers can help address both the prevention of falls and the fear of falling by providing tools to seniors and caregivers and by implementing certain practices.

To read the full article from the March 2021 Vital Signs, click here.


Take Steps to Improve Your Own Mental Health during Pandemic, Experts Advise

MMS encourages physicians to consider your own mental health amidst pandemic stress and learn how our Physicians Health Services may assist.

To read the full article from the January-February 2021 Vital Signs, click here.


Silver Diamine Fluoride: Treatment for Cavities May Explain Black-Stained Teeth

Physicians who encounter a patient with black-stained teeth should be aware that this may be due to a well-received alternative method of treating cavities.

To read the full article from the November-December 2020 Vital Signs, click here.


MMS Advocates for You and Your Practice

As Massachusetts braces for another possible COVID-19 surge, numerous legislative and other advocacy achievements of the MMS bolster physician practices and public health.

To read the full article from the October 2020 Vital Signs, click here.


New Awareness of the Connection Between Natural Gas Stoves and Pediatric Asthma

As a robust body of research points to a connection between pediatric asthma and natural gas stove use, the MMS resolved to raise awareness among physicians and patients.

To read the full article from the September 2020 Vital Signs, click here.


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