From MedPage Today:
- Delayed Autism Diagnosis Common in Primary Care. Parents with autistic children were more likely to receive a passive, rather than a proactive response from a provider when raising concerns about their children’s development compared with parents whose children exhibited signs of developmental delay.
- MOC Watch: ABMS President Rebuts Critics. Criticism against maintenance of certification (MOC) has been mounting since the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) adopted the new requirements in early 2014.
- Endo Guidelines Keep Cholesterol Targets in T2D. Cholesterol targets stay, according to new, more comprehensive American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) guidelines for type 2 diabetes management that address both glycemic control and risk factors.
- More Divorces, More Heart Troubles. Multiple divorces rack up the myocardial infarction (MI) risk, and remarriage doesn’t always reverse the situation.