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Beyond 2 Years, Bisphosphonate Holiday Ups Broken Hip Risk

Medscape Today - 2018, October 3 - 15:00
Ceasing oral bisphosphonates for more than 2 to 3 years is probably undesirable for many patients, researchers report. The study also shows that it is important to continue to monitor bone density.
Medscape Medical News

Nobel Prize in Medicine Goes to Cancer Immunotherapy Pioneers

Medscape Today - 2018, October 3 - 15:00
Nobel laureates James P. Allison and Tasuku Honjo discovered how the immune system can be harnessed to attack tumor cells, ushering in the era of immune checkpoint inhibitor therapy.
Medscape Medical News

Physical Activity Level of US Children, Teens Earns D- Grade

Medscape Today - 2018, October 3 - 02:55
Experts, including a former top federal health official, argued for using a new, grim assessment on exercise patterns and sedentary habits among young people in the US as a call to action for policy changes.
Medscape Medical News

Top 10 Health Tech Hazards for 2019

Medscape Today - 2018, October 3 - 02:55
Health technology cybersecurity, 'clean' mattresses that can ooze body fluids, and retained surgical sponges top the ECRI Institute's annual list of top tech hazards.
Medscape Medical News

Healthcare Providers Are Common Source of Data Breaches

Medscape Today - 2018, October 2 - 20:53
A new study found that while providers' records are more likely to be breached, far more patient records were compromised by breaches at health plans.
Medscape Medical News

After Decades, New Standard of Care in Small Cell Lung Cancer

Medscape Today - 2018, October 2 - 20:53
The first treatment advance in decades in small cell lung cancer couples immunotherapy with standard chemotherapy to move the bar.
Medscape Medical News

Most Pertussis Cases in Infants Tied to Unvaccinated Mother

Medscape Today - 2018, October 2 - 20:53
Overall, only 30% of pregnant women whose infants developed pertussis were appropriately vaccinated; stocking Tdap vaccine in prenatal clinics was tied to a greater likelihood of vaccination.
Medscape Medical News

FDA Approves Cemiplimab, First Drug for Advanced CSCC

Medscape Today - 2018, October 2 - 20:53
The US Food and Drug Administration today approved cemiplimab for the treatment of patients with metastatic cutaneous squamous cell carcinoma (CSCC) or locally advanced, unresectable CSCC.
FDA Approvals

FDA Freezes Imports From Chinese Maker of Tainted Valsartan

Medscape Today - 2018, October 2 - 20:53
The FDA's import alert bans all ingredients and finished drug products made by Zhejiang Huahai Pharmaceuticals from legally entering the United States.
News Alerts

Dacomitinib (Vizimpro) Approved for EGFRm NSCLC

Medscape Today - 2018, October 2 - 14:49
Another targeted agent is now available for use in the first-line treatment of metastatic non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) that harbors EGFR mutations.
FDA Approvals

More Evidence Links Mediterranean Diet to Less Depression

Medscape Today - 2018, October 2 - 14:49
A new systematic review and meta-analysis suggest that following a plant-rich Mediterranean diet and eating foods that don't promote inflammation reduce risk for depression.
Medscape Medical News

Leana Wen: A New 'Doctor for America's Women'

Medscape Today - 2018, October 2 - 08:47
Hold on to your hats, says Dr Lundberg. A force of nature is about to take the helm of Planned Parenthood.
Medscape Internal Medicine

FDA Greenlights Galcanezumab (Emgality) for Migraine Prevention

Medscape Today - 2018, October 2 - 08:47
On the heels of recent approvals for two other calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) antagonists for the prevention of migraine in adults, the FDA has approved the anti-CGRP galcanezumab.
FDA Approvals

More Evidence Links Air Pollution to Dementia

Medscape Today - 2018, October 1 - 20:42
The authors of the UK study estimate that air pollution may be responsible for 7% of dementia cases.
Medscape Medical News

Second Large Study Shows That Lung Cancer Screening Works

Medscape Today - 2018, October 1 - 20:42
NELSON shows that lung cancer screening reduces deaths in high-risk individuals, and also finds that repeat scans pose little burden on the healthcare system.
Medscape Medical News

Wide Variation in Cardiac Arrest Survival by EMS Agency

Medscape Today - 2018, October 1 - 20:42
The odds of surviving could differ by more than 50% for any two otherwise similar cardiac arrest patients treated by different emergency medical services agencies in North America, a new study suggests.
Medscape Medical News

Flu Caused 80,000 Deaths in US Last Year

Medscape Today - 2018, October 1 - 20:42
Numbers released by the CDC today also show that 900,000 were hospitalized and a record-high 180 children in the US died from the flu last year. Clinicians can help the vaccination effort through key messages and social media, experts say.
Medscape Medical News

DEA Reschedules Epidiolex, Paving the Way to Market

Medscape Today - 2018, October 1 - 20:42
The US Drug Enforcement Administration has moved the FDA-approved cannabis-based drug for Lennox-Gastaut syndrome and Dravet syndrome from Schedule I to V, concluding that it has a low potential for abuse.
Medscape Medical News

Possible Pen Needle Confusion Prompts FDA Safety Alert

Medscape Today - 2018, October 1 - 20:42
The FDA has received reports of patients using standard pen needles to inject insulin without removing the inner needle cover, leading to patient harm in some cases.
News Alerts

Transgender Teens at Significant Risk for Suicide

Medscape Today - 2018, October 1 - 20:42
Over half of teens transitioning from female to male have attempted suicide, making them at higher risk for suicide than other transgender groups or teens, a new study reports.
Medscape Medical News
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