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"Old habits die hard in medicine. For decades, the and his cardiology brethren and sistren have prescribed to prevent in patients with atrial fibrillation." Is it time to stop?
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Welcome to the latest edition of Investigative Roundup, highlighting some of the best investigative reporting on each week. . By .
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How has big pharma managed to hold off attacks from Washington lawmakers on all sides? investigates. By and .
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"Health insurers that treat millions of seniors have overcharged by nearly $30 billion the past three years alone." By and , .
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Why does the law allow supplement manufacturers to play by a different set of rules than the pharmaceutical industry? discusses in this edition of .
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One expert argues that, for healthcare providers, workplace violence is a public health emergency. Via .
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"Our findings provide important data demonstrating that there is value in screening women over 75 because there is a considerable incidence of cancer."
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Sen. , who is running for the presidential nomination, outlined her priorities on policy, such as stopping 'pay-for-delay.' By .
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Are you up to the challenge of avoiding for patients with ?
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. has removed Leana Wen, MD, less than a year after she took office -- apparently because of disagreement over how much the group should focus on rights. Via .
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Is there an infectious link to Alzheimer's disease? While researchers debate, one company targets to slow Alzheimer’s. News from , via .
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Is there a link between postoperative use and neonatal abstinence syndrome in future pregnancies? Based on research led by Nathalie Auger, MD, of the Hospital Research Centre in , published in .
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How did treatment of addiction with fare? Based on research led by Nicholas Lintzeris, MBBS, PhD, of Australia's South East Sydney Local Health District, published in .
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Optimal management of patients with colitis (UC) requires assessment of disease activity -- usually by endoscopy, which is invasive, costly, and not risk free.
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. asks a simple but important question: why are doctors drowning in medical school debt? Via
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"We are dealing with matters of life and death, our patients expect (and deserve) the best from us, and we always have a hundred-and-one things to do at the frontlines of medicine." By and .
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MedPage Psychiatry Jul 16
"It appears can have an effect. It's just one part, though, of a teens life." - Mark Reinecke, PhD.
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MedPage Policy Jul 16
Some 570 medical residents and fellows are in limbo with the closing of . But until a U.S. bankruptcy court deal, hospital admins can't release residents to accept their new job offers.
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MedPage Cardio Jul 16
"Medical bills often lead to financial hardship for nonelderly atherosclerotic cardiovascular disease (ASCVD) patients and their families, a survey suggested." via
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MedPage Neurology Jul 16
Blood markers zero in on predicting who will develop Alzheimer's: new research from the National Institute on Aging at . Reported by .
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