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Statins Affect Skeletal Muscle Performance  Voir?

Find out how muscle function and exercise performance are impacted among patients receiving statin treatment.
Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism
(23/03/2018 : 17:00)

Expert Advice About When to Start Kids' Dental Visits Lacking  Voir?

All children should have a checkup by age 1, experts say. However, a national survey found that more than half of parents said they didn't get that message from a physician or dentist.
Medscape Medical News
(24/02/2018 : 00:55)

Drug That Claims to Kill Flu as Soon as 1 Day Okayed in Japan  Voir?

Baloxavir marboxil is a novel cap-dependent endonuclease inhibitor with potent fast-acting antiviral efficacy for the treatment of influenza types A and B.
International Approvals
(23/02/2018 : 23:22)

Enzalutamide 'Encouraging' in Hormone- Naive Prostate Cancer  Voir?

Enzalutamide may have a role in prostate cancer therapy, but randomized trials are needed, says Dr Chodak.
Medscape Urology
(23/02/2018 : 21:50)

EU Panel Backs Two Triple Combo Drugs for COPD Maintenance  Voir?

CHF 5993 and Trydonis, from Chiesi Farmaceutici SpA, combine a glucocorticoid, a long-acting beta-2 receptor agonist, and a long-acting muscarinic antagonist.
International Approvals
(23/02/2018 : 21:25)

CMS, State Evaluations of Medicaid Pilots Are Weak, GAO Says  Voir?

States often get federal approval to test new approaches to improve Medicaid services or expand coverage. But the GAO study found that too often these efforts are not adequately evaluated or the results are not available in a timely manner.
Kaiser Health News
(23/02/2018 : 21:17)

Testing Tears Could Aid Parkinson's Diagnosis  Voir?

Testing samples of an individual's tears for the presence of certain biomarkers could allow easier diagnosis of Parkinson's disease, a new study suggests.
Medscape Medical News
(23/02/2018 : 20:52)

EU Says Yes to Mylotarg for AML, No to Adjuvant Sunitinib  Voir?

Gemtuzumab ozogamicin (Mylotarg) has been recommended for approval in Europe for use in acute myeloid leukemia, but adjuvant sunitinib after kidney cancer surgery was turned down.
International Approvals
(23/02/2018 : 20:25)

Europe Says No to Neratinib for Breast Cancer  Voir?

The European committee recommended against approval of neratinib (Nerlynx) for breast cancer, even though the drug has been approved in the United States.
International Approvals
(23/02/2018 : 19:51)

Feb 23, 2018 This Week in Cardiology  Voir?

Atrial fibrillation after cardiac surgery, radial vs ulnar cath access, aspirin for heart failure, VTE prophylaxis and low-fat vs high-carb diets are discussed in this week's podcast.
theheart.org on Medscape
(23/02/2018 : 19:49)

Anthem Calls on Eye Surgeons to Monitor Anesthesia During Cataract Surgery  Voir?

The insurer says it is not usually medically necessary to have an anesthesiologist or nurse anesthetist on hand during the common surgery.
Kaiser Health News
(23/02/2018 : 19:19)

UK Junior Doctor Strikes 'Hit Patient Care'  Voir?

A series of strikes by junior doctors in England in 2016 had a "significant" impact on healthcare for patients, according to a study.
WebMD Health News
(23/02/2018 : 19:08)

Family Therapy Disappoints in Preventing Teen Self-harm  Voir?

A study investigated systemic family therapy to see whether this manual-based approach is effective in comparison with more general approaches.
Medscape Medical News
(23/02/2018 : 18:50)

Reducing Red Tape for Traveling Nurses  Voir?


Kaiser Health News
(23/02/2018 : 17:32)

Groups Challenge Ohio Law Making Abortion a Felony  Voir?

The ACLU and others contend that the ban violates the constitutionally protected right to abortion and to privacy and that it constitutes government interference with personal health decisions.
Medscape Medical News
(23/02/2018 : 17:07)

Imaging Found a Focal Liver Lesion--Now What?  Voir?

Dr David Johnson on how to follow up initial discovery to determine whether what you're dealing with is benign, life-threatening, or something in between.
Medscape Gastroenterology
(23/02/2018 : 16:59)

Severe Thyroid Eye Disease Trials Show Hit-and-Miss Results  Voir?

Adding mycophenolate mofetil to standard therapy for severe Graves' orbitopathy shows some benefits in a post hoc analysis, but added radiotherapy has no effect and azathioprine benefits appear inconclusive.
Medscape Medical News
(23/02/2018 : 16:30)

Can Teenagers Solve Our Nation's Most Intractable Problem?  Voir?

Can impetuous, unruly, infuriating, passionate, inspiring teenagers prevail where adults have failed?
Medscape Pediatrics
(23/02/2018 : 16:26)

NSAID Overdose: Are Your Patients Taking Too Much?  Voir?

Dr Arefa Cassoobhoy comments on a study showing that people often take excessive doses of ibuprofen and other NSAIDs for the relief of pain.
Medscape Internal Medicine
(23/02/2018 : 16:22)

Low Systolic BP Linked to Poor Outcomes in HFpEF  Voir?

The optimal systolic blood pressure target for heart failure with preserved ejection fraction is 'far from clear,' and aggressive SBP control in older patients with this condition may need to be avoided.
Medscape Medical News
(23/02/2018 : 16:20)

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