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Managing Acute Respiratory Tract Infections | Feature

The American College of Physicians (ACP) and CDC has released a guideline on the appropriate use of antibiotics for ARTIs in adults.

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Restaurant Rash | Feature

             

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specialty salaries

2017 Physician Compensation Report Released | Feature

Most specialties saw an increase in compensation—one as much as 24%. Where do you stand? Nearly 20,000 physicians across 27+ specialties met the screening criteria. Medscape released

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No Link Found Between HIV Levels and Immune Activation During Antiretroviral Treatment | News Brief

Pre-treatment immune events may result in elevated immune system activation during treatment.

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Best Nursing Schools in the Country Named by U.S. News | Feature

U.S. News ranked the top nursing schools in the country into two separate categories: Master’s Degree and Doctor of Nursing Practice. Duke University has the distinguished honor

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HIV Transmission Risk During Antiretroviral Therapy | Feature

The risk for transmitting HIV appears to persist during the first 6 months of antiretroviral therapy (ART), according to a study. For those taking ART for less than 6 months, researchers observed that patients had incomplete viral suppression in blood and genital compartments.

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Kicking the Referral Habit | Feature

  “I can do that?” During a recent morning practice session, a resident presented a patient who had several episodes of syncope, which culminated in a trip

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Doctor Curmudgeon®: After the Noctors…After the Pharmacists. | Medical Blog

It is the year 2022. Noctors (those who are NOT Doctors and yet consider themselves to be the same as doctors and practice what they refer to

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A doctor makes a vaccination to a child

New CDC Study Finds Flu Vaccine Saves Children’s Lives | News Brief

A new CDC study published today in Pediatrics is the first of its kind to show that flu vaccination significantly reduced a child’s risk of dying from

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Increase in Prostate Needle Biopsy-Linked Infection in N.Y. | News Brief

Patient race, procedure year, diabetes, transrectal approach, recent hospitalization linked to infection

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Long-Term Eye Health at Risk in Infants Born With Zika Infection | News Brief

Study of 43 South American infants found damage to retinas and optic nerves

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Low-Dose Penicillin in Early Life Induces Long-Term Behavioral Changes | News Brief

Researchers at St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton and McMaster University have found that providing clinical (low) doses of penicillin to pregnant mice and their offspring results in long-term

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Mayo Clinic Researchers Demonstrate Value of Second Opinions | News Brief

Many patients come to Mayo Clinic for a second opinion or diagnosis confirmation before treatment for a complex condition. In a new study, Mayo Clinic reports that

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System errors, human errors, and common sense | Medical Blog

  “It was a system failure.” That’s what United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz said in an interview with ABC News about the recent incident involving the violent

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Results: Majority of People Think You Should Not Respond to Comments on Social Media | Feature

The world of social media – good or bad – has given everyone with a computer or smartphone a platform and a voice. In the healthcare world,

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CME/CE: Analyzing Factors that Link Chronic Rhinosinusitis & Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease | Feature

Patients with CRS and GERD appear to be more likely to have atopic conditions and asthma when compared with patients who have CRS but not GERD.

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Advances in Hematology: Mario Cazzola, MD | Feature

Mario Cazzola, MD is an Associate Editor for Blood discusses his involvement with some of the biggest published studies to date.

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chicken cartoon caption

Submit a Cartoon Caption! | Feature

Submit a caption and scroll down to see what your colleagues have submitted so far! Check back regularly!   Captions: “Let me crack your neck to loosen

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HIV-infect-cell

Cancer Burden for Aging US HIV Population Expected to Shift | News Brief

As the population of people living with HIV in the United States ages, the burden of cancer for these patients is expected to shift away from cancers

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CME/CE: Preparing to Be a Good Samaritan | News Brief

Many emergency physicians (EPs) can expect to provide Good Samaritan care during their careers, but EPs could be better prepared by carrying a kit with supplies and medications that are most likely to be used in such events.

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