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  1. Managing Diabetes in Elderly: How Safe? Many older people with diabetes who have compromised health have been kept on intensive treatment regimens, which increases the risk of hypoglycemia.
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  1. Statins and RA: No Joint Benefit. The use of statins does not reduce onset of new joint pain or stiffness in middle-age or older women but their use is associated with poor physical functioning and poor self-rated health.
  2. Expert Groups Clarify HPV Testing Recommendations. Primary cervical cancer screening with ...

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  1. Should FDA Change Metformin's Black Box Warning? Diabetes experts are building a case to lift restrictions on using metformin in patients with moderate chronic kidney disease.
  2. Tacrolimus for Induction in Lupus Nephritis? Tacrolimus was found to be noninferior to mycophenolate mofetil (Cellcept) for lupus nephritis induction therapy when given ...

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  1. Whole Grains Reduce CVD, Total Death Risk. Eating a diet rich in whole grains was found to be associated with lower total mortality and deaths from cardiovascular disease (CVD), but not cancer.
  2. Tight Control Lowers Death in Type 1 Diabetes. Tight glucose control has a legacy effect of reduced ...

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  1. Patients with peripheral spondyloarthritis responded to anti-TNF treatment. Patients with non-psoriatic peripheral spondyloarthritis (SpA) derived significant benefit from treatment with tumor necrosis factor (TNF) inhibition.
  2. Does Creatinine Say More About Muscle Quality than Mass? Urinary creatinine may be revealing more about muscle quality than muscle mass.
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  1. Pediatrics: Smartphone in Bedroom Is Not So Smart Choice. The impact of excessive television exposure on children has been well documented, but "small screen" devices (such as smartphones or tablets) may be even more harmful to a child's sleep patterns.
  2. As Docs Face Big Cuts In Medicaid Pay, Patients ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. For Better Medication Outcomes, Help Patients Do the Math? One-third of patients in private rheumatology practices can't follow dosing instructions for ibuprofen correctly, and one-fifth can't follow instructions for methotrexate.
  2. Metformin: A Great Lakes Disaster? There is more than one way to measure prescription drug use in modern society.

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  1. High-Dose Flu Vaccine Better for Frail Elderly. For frail older people living in long-term care, a high-dose inactivated influenza vaccine is a better option than the standard drug.
  2. Look into SGLT2 Fracture Risk, Researchers Urge. Look deeper into the potential relationship between SGLT2 inhibitors and bone fractures.

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. OmniCarb Study: Cutting Carbs No Silver Bullet. Overweight and obese people who followed a low glycemic index diet in the context of an overall DASH-type diet had no greater improvements in insulin sensitivity, lipid levels or systolic blood pressure compared to study subjects who ate high glycemic index foods.

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  1. Gene Test Has Promise for Nailing DCIS Recurrence Risk. A multigene panel predicted recurrence risk in ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), according to a population-based study.
  2. Docs, Guns, and Smokes. One day in clinic, 2 years ago, a patient handed Adam Goldstein, MD, MPH, a request for a concealed ...

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