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Journal Watch Audio General Medicine: Year In Review 2013

Journal Watch Audio General Medicine: Year In Review 2013

New Cholesterol Guidelines Spur Debate

Mediterranean Diet Tested in a Randomized Trial

Questions About Risks and Benefits of Testosterone Therapy

Restrictive Transfusion Strategy Lowers Mortality in Patients with Upper GI Bleeding

New Data on Early Treatment of Stroke and Transient Ischemic Attack

Renal Artery Stenting Receives the Death Knell

Proning? Yes. Gastric-Residual Monitoring? No.

Five-Day Prednisone Therapy Should Be the Norm for Treating COPD Exacerbations

Dual Blockade of the Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone System Doesn’t Benefit Anyone

Lung Cancer Screening with CT — Now Recommended

Electronic Cigarettes: Increasingly Used, Still Unregulated, Poorly Understood

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To listen to our feature NEJM Journal Watch Audio General Medicine: Year in Review 2013 with Editor-in-Chief Dr. Allan Brett and Founding Editor Dr. Anthony Komaroff, click the Interview File link to play.