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Primary care drugs were approved in nearly every month of 2016. This top-line slide show highlights 20 you should know about.

Lymphedema is a difficult diagnosis. Test your knowledge of etiology, signs/symptoms, diagnostic clues, and complications.

Some infectious disease specialists are anxious about the future of US vaccine policy; others are willing to suspend judgment, for now.

Twelve-week viral eradication rates were high in patients coinfected with HCV and HIV, particularly in those without advanced cirrhosis.

High sustained virologic response rates were seen among patients with decompensated cirrhosis in European compassionate care cohort.

Back pain, headache, neuropathy, depression--primary care sees it all. Get current on when and how to treat the most common types of chronic pain.

Patient claims pruritic full-body rash is from a course of vancomycin. Is he correct? Could it be something else?

Opioid prescribing is rarely straightforward. The well respected Opioid Calculator from colleagues "down under" has simplification and safety built in.

Results of the PRECISION study are embraced by some and soundly criticized by others. What would you tell your osteoarthritis patients?

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Implantable cardiac monitoring devices now detect "silent" AF. But now that we "hear" it, what should we do?

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