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Benefits of Breakfast in Weight Loss Don't Add Up

Medscape Today - 2019, February 1 - 20:49
A meta-analysis of 13 randomized trials shows no evidence that eating breakfast improves weight loss or that skipping the meal promotes weight gain.
Medscape Medical News

e-Cigs Beat Nicotine Patch, Gum for Smoking Cessation in RCT

Medscape Today - 2019, February 1 - 20:49
Smokers who used e-cigarettes were almost twice as likely to quit smoking traditional tobacco products at 1 year, but experts question the study.
Medscape Medical News

FDA Approves First Generic of Advair Diskus

Medscape Today - 2019, February 1 - 20:49
The Mylan generic comes in three strengths and is indicated for twice-daily treatment of asthma in patients as young as age 4 and for adults with COPD.
FDA Approvals

What Do You Think of Mental Health Services Being Offered at Walmart?

Medscape Today - 2019, February 1 - 14:47
One of the world's largest retailers now offers mental health services in one Texas location and has plans to expand to other locations.
Medscape Reader Polls

Bone, Joint Infections Treatable With Oral Antibiotics

Medscape Today - 2019, February 1 - 14:47
The findings from a randomized, multicenter trial challenge an accepted standard of care, the researchers say.
Medscape Medical News

Antibiotics Tied to Longer Hospital Stays for Asthma

Medscape Today - 2019, February 1 - 14:47
Use of antibiotics among patients hospitalized for asthma exacerbations is associated with longer hospital stays, increased cost, and no reduction in the risk for treatment failure, new data show.
Medscape Medical News

As Many as 12 Deaths Now Linked to Impaired VA Pathologist

Medscape Today - 2019, February 1 - 14:47
The Veterans Administration says a pathologist working while impaired gave incorrect diagnoses to as many as 12 veterans who later died; the investigation is ongoing.
Medscape Medical News

#MeToo Era Presents Complex Questions for Oncology

Medscape Today - 2019, February 1 - 08:45
Drs Kathy Miller and Reshma Jagsi discuss research findings and important issues related to sexual harassment and discrimination.
Medscape Oncology

Global Drug Spending Forecast to Hit $1.5 Trillion by 2023

Medscape Today - 2019, February 1 - 08:45
The surge in innovation in the pharmaceutical market will continue over the next 5 years with an average of 54 new drugs forecast to hit the market each year until 2023.
Medscape Medical News

Physicians, Nurses Draw Different Lines for When Lying Is OK

Medscape Today - 2019, February 1 - 02:43
Twelve percent of physicians and 4% of nurses/APRNs said it was sometimes OK to lie to a patient about a medical error, a Medscape poll shows.
Medscape Medical News

Screen Time Hurts Kids, May Help Parents

Medscape Today - 2019, February 1 - 02:43
Dr Perry Wilson discusses parental guilt and physician advice in light of a new study that blames TV and computer time for child developmental delays.
Medscape

Should All Medical Schools Have Free Tuition?

Medscape Today - 2019, February 1 - 02:43
Art Caplan discusses potential positives and pitfalls of tuition-free medical school with Robert Grossman, dean of NYU Langone Medical School, and Tim Rice, deputy director at the Manhattan Institute.
Medscape Business of Medicine

New Device Finds Patients at Risk for Esophageal Cancer

Medscape Today - 2019, February 1 - 02:43
A novel esophageal sampling device identifies patients at risk for esophageal cancer without standard endoscopy.
Medscape Medical News

New Features in PubMed Labs: Email and Save Citations, Find Associated Data, and More

PubMedNews - 2019, February 1 - 01:00

​NLM is continuing to develop features in PubMed Labs, with new tools and functionality added on a regular basis. Recent releases added several ways to save and share citations, as well as enhancements to the search results and abstract pages.

So Wrong! Doctors 'Sell' Exemptions for Vaccinations

Medscape Today - 2019, January 31 - 20:42
The ethics of vaccination exemptions: Dr Art Caplan discusses recent changes to laws regarding vaccination policies for children.
Medscape Business of Medicine

Vaping and e-Cigarettes in Kids: An Unprecedented Epidemic

Medscape Today - 2019, January 31 - 20:42
We are at the start of a rise in youth use of vaping products that is unprecedented in scope and exceeds growth rates previously seen with any other products. Clinicians have to be part of the response team.
FDA Expert Commentaries and Interviews

Switching to Human Insulin Not Harmful in Type 2 Diabetes

Medscape Today - 2019, January 31 - 20:42
A health plan program that encouraged Medicare beneficiaries to switch from analog to human insulin didn't increase severe hypoglycemia and only slightly raised average HbA1c.
Medscape Medical News

Guide for HER2 Testing That's Not 'by Eye'

Medscape Today - 2019, January 31 - 20:42
Quantitative image analysis is an alternative to breast cancer diagnostic tests that require a visual review by a pathologist.
Medscape Medical News

US Uninsured Rate Hits 4-Year High, Gallup Survey Shows

Medscape Today - 2019, January 31 - 14:40
The adult uninsured rate approached 14% at the end of 2018, with women, younger adults, and those with lower income levels hit hardest.
Medscape Medical News

Receipt of Primary Care Improves Experience, Quality of Care

Medscape Today - 2019, January 31 - 14:40
Receipt of primary care correlates with more high-value outpatient care and better healthcare experience among adult patients, new data showed.
Medscape Medical News
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