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Your Favorite Articles in MARCH

As part of our Physician’s Weekly Tablet community, your activity and content selection helps us better serve you. Here are the top 10 articles read by you

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Acupuncture Boosts Effectiveness of Standard Medical Care for Chronic Pain, Depression

Treatment can lessen the severity of chronic pain and depression, health specialists have found. In a report published in the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Journals

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Nearly Half of U.S. Men Infected With HPV, Study Finds | News Brief

Although a vaccine is available, too few are getting it when young. Many American men are infected with the cancer-causing human papillomavirus (HPV), but unlike women, men

Press Release: Physician’s Weekly Announces Key Partnership with AACE | News Brief

Basking Ridge, NJ – December 5, 2016 – Physician’s Weekly, LLC (PW) has announced a new partnership with the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE) that will

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Historical Milestone with Measles in the Americas | News Brief

Measles transmission had been considered interrupted in the Region since 2002, when the last endemic case was reported in the Americas. After a 22-year effort, where does

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Similar Outcomes for Permissive Underfeeding, Standard Feeding | News Brief

For critically ill patients, outcomes similar in those at high, low nutritional risk

Long-Term Exposure to Air Pollution Ups Insulin Resistance | News Brief

Effect estimates much larger and highly significant for individuals with prediabetes

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Platelet-Rich Plasma, Hyaluronic Acid Improves Aging Facial Skin | News Brief

Clinically visible, significant improvement noted; number of injections linked to overall satisfaction

Pregnancy Screens Lacking for Teens With Leukemia | News Brief

Low rates for teens with acute leukemia and ER visits before teratogenic exposures

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Imaging Shows Zika-Linked Congenital Brain Abnormalities | News Brief

Images of the brains of Brazilian newborns and fetuses suggest the virus affects multiple sites

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New Research Shows Vaccine Protection Against Zika Virus | News Brief

Promising preclinical studies suggest human vaccine will likely be feasible. The rapid development of a safe and effective vaccine to prevent the Zika virus (ZIKV) is a

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FDA Approves Epclusa for Chronic Hepatitis C | News Brief

Combination drug treats six major strains of hepatitis C virus infection

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Virus uses ‘stolen’ CRISPR to hack its host’s immune system | News Brief

Microbiologists have discovered that the Cyanophage N1 virus carries a DNA sequence—a CRISPR—that is generally used by bacteria to fight off viral infection. The virus appears to

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aHSCT Should Be Standard of Care for HIV-Related Lymphoma | News Brief

Outcomes after the therapy similar to those for patients who don’t carry the virus

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Hepatitis C Found to Up Odds for Certain Head and Neck Cancers | News Brief

Researcher sees need for improved screening, treatment

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“Ye are not having a heart attack. Ye just ate too much turkey.”

Neurosurgeon Predicts 90% Success of Head Transplant | News Brief

Dr. Sergio Canavero, Director of the Turin Advanced Neuromodulation Group, announced that he would perform the world’s first human head transplant, scheduled for December 2017, if preparations

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