Hidden Respiratory Dangers at Home
Household bleach may not lead to COPD, as recently reported in the lay press, but a number of respiratory dangers are present in many US homes.
Monoclonals and Migraine: What the Primary Care Physician Needs to Know
Monoclonal antibodies that inhibit calcitonin gene-related peptide could revolutionize preventive migraine therapy. Here's what you need to know.
Medicine in the Headlines: When Your Patients Ask
HRT, tattoos, insurers exacerbating the opioid epidemic, prolonged sitting, plus a new COPD drug: here's a recap of 5 of the week's key news reports.
5 Top CKD Apps for Primary Care Physicians
Chronic renal disease is common in primary care settings and so are its comorbidities. In brief here, 5 apps you might want at hand.
Hormones and Migraine: A Case Study
Headaches that occur several days before menses as well as disabling headaches on days unrelated to menses... how would you help this young woman?
Pearls From Steven Nissen, MD: On Statin Denial and Cult Diets
Dr Steven Nissen says statins and climate change share similar public opinion problems and suggests counter tactics.
Fluzone or Flulaval: What Does the CDC say?
Winter is coming and so is influenza. Does the CDC recommend Fluzone or Flulaval for pediatric patients?
High-dose Influenza Vax Reduces Respiratory Illness in Nursing Home Residents
The quadrupled antigen in a high-dose influenza vaccine did reduce morbidity and mortality, but flaws in the recent study prompt questions.
Monoclonal Antibodies, Explained
Pediatric and Adolescent Migraine: Update on Treatment Options
If the goal of headache therapy for adolescent migraineurs is a pain-free adult life, here's a road map.
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