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			Praying With Patients: Clinicians Debate
				Go Ahead. Sleep in on Saturday--It Could Extend Your Life
				Nailing Nail Pathology: Primary Care Case Challenge
				Case Challenge: Dysphonia
				Thinking of Running for Political Office?
				Managing Childhood Asthma: The Approach That Works
				Low Back Pain: Should We Recommend Chiropractic Care?
				Deprescribing Benzodiazepines: Changing Attitudes
				Specialists vs Primary Care: Whose Guidelines Matter?
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Praying With Patients: Clinicians Debate

28 min 1 sec ago
Is it a good idea to pray with patients? Physicians, nurses, and other professionals provide a range of opinions.
Medscape Family Medicine

Go Ahead. Sleep in on Saturday--It Could Extend Your Life

28 min 1 sec ago
For young and middle-aged adults, catching up on sleep on the weekend could be a healthy habit.
Medscape Internal Medicine

Nailing Nail Pathology: Primary Care Case Challenge

28 min 1 sec ago
Can you 'nail' the diagnosis of these nail disorders?
Medscape Family Medicine

Case Challenge: Dysphonia

28 min 1 sec ago
Through a series of short case presentations, Dr Gordon Sun illustrates the appropriate evaluation and management of patients presenting with signs and symptoms consistent with dysphonia.
Medscape Family Medicine

Low Back Pain: Should We Recommend Chiropractic Care?

28 min 1 sec ago
A study looked at adding spinal manipulation and other chiropractic care to the overall management of low back pain.
Medscape Internal Medicine

Thinking of Running for Political Office?

28 min 1 sec ago
Know what a political campaign involves and ask yourself, 'Am I ready for this?'
Medscape Internal Medicine

Managing Childhood Asthma: The Approach That Works

28 min 1 sec ago
Progress in childhood asthma management has been made, but more work must be done to fully control this chronic condition.
CDC Expert Commentary

Deprescribing Benzodiazepines: Changing Attitudes

28 min 1 sec ago
Little evidence supports long-term use of benzodiazepines or 'Z drugs,' yet many older adults are afraid to stop taking them, despite potential harms. Can new guidelines help change minds?
Medscape Family Medicine

Specialists vs Primary Care: Whose Guidelines Matter?

28 min 1 sec ago
It may not exactly be a schism, but primary and specialty care are increasingly at odds over which field of practice's guidelines are best for patients.
Medscape Family Medicine

A Psychiatrist's Elegy for Anthony Bourdain

6 hours 40 min ago
Dr Robert Berezin on the loss of a cultural icon and the speculation it produces.
Medscape Psychiatry

Antidepressants Work! Not so Fast

6 hours 40 min ago
A recent meta-analysis was greeted as exciting new proof of antidepressants' efficacy. Dr Nassir Ghaemi explains why it's more of the same.
Medscape Psychiatry

Does Childhood Kidney Disease Lead to Adult ESRD?

6 hours 40 min ago
The long-term risk associated with childhood kidney disease is explored in a population-based study.
Medscape Pediatrics

7 Services PCPs Forget to Bill For

2018, June 20 - 02:50
Primary care offices may overlook billing for services they provided; either they don't realize they can get reimbursed, or their billing workflow is flawed. Here's how to make sure you get paid.
Medscape Business of Medicine

A New Guide to Deprescribing Benzos and Z-Drugs

2018, June 19 - 02:39
Benzos and Z-drugs can be dangerous in the elderly but difficult to discontinue. A new deprescribing algorithm guides the way.
Medscape Internal Medicine

FluMist: Flu Vaccine Option or 'Last Resort'?

2018, June 16 - 20:18
Dr Paul Offit discusses the 'new, improved' FluMist and clarifies competing recommendations for its use.
Medscape Infectious Diseases

How Hubris Impairs the Care of the Elderly

2018, June 16 - 02:12
Some conditions in older adults warrant treatment; some do not. The wise physician knows the difference.
Medscape

HPV Vaccine's 'Extraordinary Benefits' Seen in Cochrane Review

2018, June 14 - 20:04
All involved with the health of young women should read the 'extremely important' results of the latest Cochrane review on HPV vaccination, says Dr Maurie Markman.
Medscape Oncology

Detecting Diabetic Retinopathy: Can AI Provide a Better Way?

2018, June 14 - 20:04
The inevitable advance of artificial intelligence has begun with the first approved system that can detect diabetic retinopathy on its own. How might it affect clinicians who screen for eye disease?

Triptans and SSRIs: Is Serotonin Syndrome Really a Risk?

2018, June 14 - 20:04
While the FDA--and EHRs--warn against the combination of triptans and SSRIs, is serotonin syndrome really a risk with use of this combination?
Medscape Internal Medicine

Does High-Flow Cannula Oxygen Improve Bronchiolitis Outcomes?

2018, June 14 - 01:55
A study tested high-flow versus standard cannula in the delivery of oxygen to infants with bronchiolitis.
Medscape Pediatrics