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Antipsychotic use during pregnancy not linked to increase in congenital malformations

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Smoking cessation in COPD: behaviorial and pharmacological combo more effective than placebo

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Mitral regurgitation found in nearly a third of people with type 2 diabetes

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Crohn’s disease: cognitive function significantly affected

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Baby doll simulator scheme “ineffective”
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Baby doll simulator scheme “ineffective”

Girls taking part in a scheme that aims to reduce teenage pregnancies by getting teenagers to look after an electronic doll that cries when it needs feeding...

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NICE endorses 3D imaging for heart disease
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NICE endorses 3D imaging for heart disease

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MCRC: high baseline IL-6 linked to bevacizumab resistance, poor survival

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Adjuvant radioiodine for DTC: timing has no impact on outcomes

The optimal time interval between thyroidectomy and RAI is controversial but is essential for treatment planning.

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CMR: what every cardiologist needs to know

The use of cardiac magnetic resonance has increased dramatically in recent years. To use the tool effectively in patient care, cardiologists need to know how it works.

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HCC: ramucirumab improves survival in Japanese patients

The REACH trial previously failed to demonstrate improved OS from ramucirumab.

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GERD linked to hearing loss, but PPIs and H2-RAs are not

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Does depression independently predict heart attack among HIV-infected adults?

Identifying and treating depression may reduce cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in adults with HIV.

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Does liraglutide benefit people with type 1 diabetes?

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Systolic BP is not associated with sexual activity, dysfunction in women

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Adolescent pregnancy: cesarean delivery rates are 1/2 of adult women

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Exercise may protect against cesarean delivery

Obstetricians should discuss exercise with all pregnant patients.

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Late-onset asthma linked to higher CVD risk

Patients with early-onset asthma had no difference in CVD events compared to those without asthma.

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E-cigarette discussions with patients: the blind leading the blind?

E-cigarettes are being viewed as smoking cessation/reduction tools by both consumers and healthcare providers.

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