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Deaths and nonfatal cardiac arrest are not rare among triathletes, particularly during the swim portion of the event, according to an Annals of Internal Medicine study.
What is the diagnosis? A two-part case challenge. Submit your responses.
Dr. Paul Sax sings the praises of a new shingles vaccine that should get FDA approval soon.
Patients are increasingly requesting commercially available genetic testing. What is the level of evidence supporting such requests?
Assessing risk factors for dementia starts in early life, and caring for patients with dementia requires a timely diagnosis and a multidisciplinary approach.
Once-daily fluticasone/vilanterol was better than usual asthma care.
Both low- and intermediate-risk patients did well, but follow-up averaged only 4 years.
In a preliminary draft recommendation, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force now asks clinicians to individualize decision-making about prostate-specific antigen screening.
The USPSTF does not address targeted screening in patients at above-average risk.
The American College of Physicians has evaluated a broad array of treatment options.
Dr. Kashif Shaikh (Chief Resident, Internal Medicine, University of Central Florida College of Medicine) suggests some ways to promote resident wellness.
Listen to our interview with Christopher Thompson, MD (Brigham and Women's Hospital, Boston, Massachusetts), in which he discusses the FDA-approved AspireAssist System.