SCORING SYSTEM DETECTS CNS INFECTIONS IN LUPUS

Crucial differentiation from neuropsychiatric lupus

TRIAL FINDS WINNING ANTIBIOTIC FOR BRONCHIECTASIS IN KIDS

But 43% got better with placebo, "raising questions" about need for antibiotics

 
 
 

AUTISM'S CATCH-ALL CRITERIA? AIR QUALITY & BIPOLAR DISORDER

News and commentary from the psychiatry world

OPTIMISM FOR LESS INTENSE THERAPY FOR HPV+ ORAL CANCER

Two-year disease control, 95% survival with less chemo, RT

 
 
 

TEXAS SCHOOL VAX RATES HIKE RISK FOR MAJOR MEASLES OUTBREAKS

Exemptions increased 28-fold since 2003

INTEROPERABILITY HAS A LONG WAY TO GO, EXPERTS SAY

More standardization, better data quality needed

 
 
 

STICH: CABG SURVIVAL BENEFIT DOESN'T HINGE ON MYOCARDIAL VIABILITY

Is viability testing now unnecessary for CAD patients with low LVEF?

BLOOD PRESSURE AROUND AGE 40 TIED TO BRAIN SIZE AT AGE 70

Ages 36 to 53 may be a sensitive period that affects later brain pathology

 
 
 

WHITE HOUSE CALLS ON PRIVATE SECTOR TO CURB ILLICIT FENTANYL

Issues guidance for foreign, domestic companies to help clamp down on "inadvertent" trafficking

ABIM TO LAUNCH 'LONGITUDINAL' MOC TEST

Physicians can choose between periodic brief assessments or single high-stakes exam

 
 
 

DIABETES DRUG WINS IN HFREF; SWIFT SHIFT TO TAVR; NEUROLOGISTS TO TACKLE HTN?

Recent developments of interest in cardiovascular medicine

DOES VERY FREQUENT SOCIAL MEDIA USE HURT TEENS?

Exposure to harmful content has impact on healthy activities, study suggests

 
 
 

USPSTF EXPANDS BRCA-TESTING RECS IN WOMEN

Adds ancestry and personal cancer history into considerations for risk assessment

CHILDHOOD-ONSET IBD TIED TO PSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS

Risk was highest in first year after diagnosis, suggesting need for early screening

 
 
 

GRAPHIC CIGARETTE PACKAGE WARNINGS MAY BE COMING SOON

The Skeptical Cardiologist cheers labels hammering home the complications

WHEN MEDICARE STOPS COVERING A TEST WITHOUT WARNING

Why didn't someone tell me, asks Hans Duvefelt, MD

 
 
 

EARLY VENTRICULAR ARRHYTHMIAS MAKE A CASE FOR LVAD HEART TEAM

Cases with electrical storm were linked to especially high mortality risk

DUAL ANTIPLATELET THERAPY AFTER MINOR STROKE, TIA

Benefit may be limited to 21 days

 
 
 

WOMEN MAY BE EXPOSED TO MRI AGENTS BEFORE PREGNANCY IS KNOWN

Emphasizes importance of screening women for pregnancy prior to MRI with contrast

TOTAL CHEMO DOSE STILL MATTERS IN BREAST CANCER

Worse survival with cumulative dose

 
 
 



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