medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Sudden Infant Death Risk Greater in Mountains. Babies born at a higher altitude faced a greater risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
  2. Delayed Dx in Psoriatic Arthritis Worsens Damage, Disability. Patients with psoriatic arthritis (PsA) who delayed seeing a rheumatologist by more than 6 months were more likely ...

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  1. Time to Retire Lithotripsy for Kidney Stones? More than 30 years ago, extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) had a highly anticipated, much-ballyhooed introduction as a nonsurgical therapy for kidney stones. Obviating the need to cut the skin or insert a device into the body, ESWL would use acoustic shock waves to ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Sleep Apnea Linked to Depression in Men. Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is associated with an increased risk of depression in men.
  2. Tapering Asthma Meds Saves Money in Stable Patients. Reducing asthma medications in stable patients led to cost savings without increasing utilization of other asthma resources.
  3. Poor ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Overactive Bladder May Set Seniors Up for a Fall. A diagnosis of overactive bladder (OAB) significantly increased the risk of falls among a Medicare population.
  2. IBS: Peppermint Oil May Be a Treatment Option. A slow-release peppermint oil (IBgard) appeared to significantly reduce severe abdominal symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Costly Hep C Tx Could Still Save Big Money. Treating genotype 1 (GT1) chronic hepatitis C (CHC) patients with ledipasvir/sofosbuvir (Harvoni) would result in an annual societal productivity gain of approximately $2.7 billion in the U.S.
  2. Workout May Ease Pain in Women With Fibromyalgia. A strong association exists between ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Remote Monitoring, a New Paradigm for Cardiac Implanted Devices? Patients who used the remote monitoring (RM) function of their cardiovascular implantable electronic devices (CIEDs) had less healthcare utilization and better survival than those without RM according to a pair of studies.
  2. Migraine, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Linked in Association Study. ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Breast Ca Patients Need Better Cardiac Monitoring. Breast cancer patients received suboptimal cardiac monitoring during treatment with trastuzumab (Herceptin).
  2. FDA: Smokeless Tobacco Warning Stays. The FDA denied a petition by two tobacco companies to ease up on the warnings around smokeless tobacco.
  3. King v. Burwell: What Color ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Testosterone Shots: Riskier Than Gels or Patches? Short-acting testosterone injections are associated with greater risk of cardiovascular events, hospitalizations, and death compared with gels or patches, according to a large retrospective cohort study.
  2. Liberia Declared Free of Ebola. In what the World Health Organization called a "monumental achievement," Liberia ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Newer Antiplatelet is Faster in Ad Hoc PCI. Ticagrelor (Brilinta) dropped platelet reactivity lower sooner when given on the table for patients going directly to revascularization after diagnostic angiography.
  2. Abandoned Painkiller Makes a Comeback. In 2006, in the midst of a growing opioid epidemic, the FDA approved the new ...

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medpagetodayFrom MedPage Today:

  1. Congress Wrestles With School Lunches. Federally funded programs to get kids to eat their vegetables at school -- not an easy task at home either -- got a hard look from a Senate panel at a hearing.
  2. Are E-Cigs a Gateway to Smoking? Lots of questions remain about the ...

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