medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. MedPage Today at 10: Where We Have Been. Sometimes things go so right, that you get nervous. Really nervous. That's pretty much what happened when MedPage Today launched 10 years ago.
  2. Sepsis Readmissions May Be Correctable. It might be possible to prevent many of the hospital readmissions that occur ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Surgery Fails to Show Superiority in Shoulder Fractures. The trend of increased surgery for patients with displaced fractures of the proximal humerus may be inappropriate.
  2. Restricting Fructose Cuts Liver Fat in Kids. In just 10 days, restricting the amount of fructose children consumed through sugary drinks and juices resulted ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Kid's Asthma Not Linked to Maternal SSRIs in Pregnancy. Children whose depressed mothers took newer antidepressants while pregnant were not at increased risk of childhood asthma.
  2. Menopausal HT Not Tied to Greater Death Risk. Hormone therapy in postmenopausal women was not linked to a significant effect on all-cause mortality, ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Gout and CVD: Combo Is More Likely in Women. Patients with gout are at significantly high risk for developing cardiovascular disease, with the likelihood being greater for women.
  2. Better Metabolic Profile for Teenagers Who Eat Nuts. Teenagers who ate the equivalent of a small handful of nuts three times ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Trends in Teen, Young Adult Suicide Differ by Gender. Patterns of suicides among adolescents and young adults changed dramatically from 1994 to 2012, with major gender differences in these 19-year trends.
  2. Early Hot Flashes May Predict Heart Disease. Early-onset and frequent hot flashes and night sweats in women were ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Flu Vaccine: A Matter of Time. The flu vaccine was about 23% effective this season.
  2. Supreme Court Spars With Both Sides in Subsidies Case. The Supreme Court pummeled both sides with questions during Wednesday's oral arguments over the fate of the subsidies granted to people enrolling in health insurance ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Brain Blood Flow May Tell of Concussion Recovery. Cerebral blood flow may be a useful biomarker for predicting outcomes following concussion.
  2. Does More Coffee Mean Less Arterial Plaque? Moderate coffee consumption was associated with a decreased risk of high coronary artery calcium (CAC) scores in asymptomatic people.

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Don't Like ICD-10? Don't Worry -- ICD-11 is on the Horizon. As U.S. physicians gear up to put the ICD-10 coding system in place by the upcoming Oct. 1 deadline, work is being done elsewhere on the coding system's next-generation product: ICD-11.
  2. Docs Struggle With Vaccine Spacing. Ninety-three percent ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Statin Therapy Suppresses Coronary Plaques in HIV Patients. Treatment with potent statin medication appears to reduce plaque burden in coronary arteries of patients infected with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) while untreated patients experienced expansion of plaques.
  2. Few Women Qualify for 3-Person IVF. Close to 800 women of childbearing age ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Mom's, Kid's Fructose Intake Linked to Asthma. A child's risk of asthma increased significantly with maternal fructose intake during pregnancy.
  2. Mixed Outcomes in Pregnancy After Weight-Loss Surgery. Women with a history of bariatric surgery who later gave birth faced both benefits and risks including a lower risk for gestational ...

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