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Lectins: Are These Food-Based Proteins Friend or Foe?

Medscape Today - 2018, August 18 - 13:36
With limited data or logic to back them up, lectins are now under scrutiny.
Medscape

Millennial Physicians: Debunking the Stereotype

Medscape Today - 2018, August 18 - 13:36
Lazy and unfocused or tech-savvy and ambitious? Dr Patel explores and challenges some of the stereotypes associated with millennial physicians.
Medscape Hospital Medicine

My Patient May Have a Mitochondrial Disease: What Should I Do?

Medscape Today - 2018, August 18 - 13:36
All patients with a suspected mitochondrial disease should be seen by a mitochondrial medicine expert. But what can the primary care clinician do while waiting for that to happen?
CHOP Expert Commentary

5 Things to Know About Chronotherapy

Medscape Today - 2018, August 18 - 13:36
With the 2017 Nobel Prize in Medicine being awarded to research on circadian rhythms, the time has come to take a look at synchronizing chemotherapy with the body's natural clock. Here are five things you should know about chronotherapy.
Medscape Oncology

Diabetes' Costs in Time and Treasure

Medscape Today - 2018, August 18 - 13:36
A recent survey asked patients with diabetes about both the financial and personal costs of the disease.
Medscape Family Medicine

AI vs Docs: Diagnostic Errors

Medscape Today - 2018, August 18 - 13:36
What do Medscape's readers think about the accuracy of diagnosis by artificial intelligence compared with by physicians?
Medscape Family Medicine

Measuring BP Is Simple, Right? Not so Fast

Medscape Today - 2018, August 18 - 13:36
Making sure blood pressure is measured appropriately, both in the office and at home, is the first step in ensuring optimal care of the hypertensive patient.
American College of Cardiology & Medscape

Is One Basal Insulin Just Like Another?

Medscape Today - 2018, August 18 - 13:36
A new review suggests that we may be fooling ourselves by rating one high-priced insulin over another.
Medscape Internal Medicine

Vaccine Science Taken Hostage? Paul Offit Responds

Medscape Today - 2018, August 18 - 13:36
Paul Offit responds to a column in the New York Times that claims there is a 'conspiracy of silence' among vaccine scientists about the harms of vaccines.
Medscape Infectious Diseases

A Vaccine Success Story, for Some

Medscape Today - 2018, August 18 - 13:36
The rotavirus vaccine has saved the lives of many children but has the potential to save many more.
Medscape

ADHD Drugs: Calls to Poison Control

Medscape Today - 2018, August 18 - 13:36
Nontherapeutic exposures to ADHD drugs range from inadvertent dosing to attempted suicide.
Medscape Pediatrics

Sulfonylureas: Just Stop

Medscape Today - 2018, August 18 - 13:36
Sulfonylureas are commonly prescribed despite their known risks.
Medscape Internal Medicine

When Is Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer Safe?

Medscape Today - 2018, August 18 - 07:34
The ASCO Post convened an expert panel to answer questions about active surveillance of prostate cancer. Unfortunately, more questions remain, says Dr Chodak.
Medscape Urology

Policy Changes That Are Affecting Your Pocketbook

Medscape Today - 2018, August 18 - 07:34
CMS has changed how physicians will be reimbursed for their services in 2018. Test your knowledge on how they will affect you.
Medscape Family Medicine

Can You Identify These Famous Fictional Physicians?

Medscape Today - 2018, August 14 - 00:55
Take this Medscape quiz to see if you can you identify some of the most famous fictional physicians -- and their authors -- in literature.
Medscape Family Medicine

Are Probiotics Safe? We Really Don't Know

Medscape Today - 2018, August 14 - 00:55
If patients ask about any 'drawbacks or downsides' to probiotics, how do we respond?
Medscape Internal Medicine

What Is the Risk for Mortality in an Infant After a BRUE?

Medscape Today - 2018, August 14 - 00:55
Is it necessary to admit all infants who experience a BRUE to the hospital for observation?
Medscape Pediatrics

Can We Put the 'IVF-Cancer Connection' to Bed?

Medscape Today - 2018, August 10 - 12:24
A large study provides some—but not total—reassurance to women considering assisted reproduction.
Medscape Internal Medicine

'Life Behind the 8-Ball': Kids With Type 2 Diabetes

Medscape Today - 2018, August 9 - 12:09
Especially in underserved areas of Mississippi, children with type 2 diabetes face an uphill battle, and clinicians have to arm them appropriately for the fight.
Medscape Diabetes & Endocrinology

Is It Right to Ask a 4-Year-Old to Donate Bone Marrow?

Medscape Today - 2018, August 9 - 12:09
Can a young child really consent to a possibly-painful procedure to save a sibling? Dr Art Caplan discusses how to decide such cases.
Medscape Business of Medicine
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