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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.
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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.
The American Academy of Pediatrics updated its recommendations for prevention and control of influenza.
Shaking chills and poor food consumption are positive predictors of bacteremia.
What do you think is the most important remaining challenge in hepatitis C virus research? Take our poll.
FDA approval gives us another option that should not be overused.
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices recommends a single dose of vaccine for certain adult travelers to areas with active cholera transmission.
What precisely are the infectious risks of bobbing for apples? In his latest Link-o-Rama, Dr. Paul Sax highlights noteworthy ID news.
Small changes have been made to human papillomavirus and meningococcal vaccination schedules.
Treatment options are limited, and supporting evidence generally is poor.
Recommendations on TB testing incorporate recent evidence on using an interferon-gamma release assay for latent TB and nucleic acid amplification testing for active TB.