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Antipsychotic use during pregnancy not linked to increase in congenital malformations
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Antipsychotic use during pregnancy not linked to increase in congenital malformations

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Ventilator-associated pneumonia from Acinetobacter baumannii: what treatment?

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Atherosclerosis risk in moderate to severe psoriasis similar to that in diabetes

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TAVI: new neurological impairments in 1 in 5 patients

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Low genetic risk patients may not need chemo
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Low genetic risk patients may not need chemo

Women with early stage breast cancer who are at high clinical risk for recurrence but who show low genomic risk on the basis of 70 gene signature testing...

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Excess weight linked to more cancer types
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Excess weight linked to more cancer types

Being overweight is associated with increased risk of eight further cancers, including stomach and liver cancers, in addition to those previously linked...

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Pediatric AML: low socioeconomic status linked to poor survival

Many pediatric patients may not be benefiting from recent advances in AML.

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Can PET detect colorectal adenomas and cancers?

PET sensitivity shows promise for detecting advanced carcinomas, but not adenomas.

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Polycystic kidney disease linked to increased risks for liver, colon and renal cancer

The incidence of cancer over a 14-y span was twice as high in patients with PCKD vs controls.

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Survivors of childhood cancers: revaccination is often overlooked

Saudi study finds more than 90% of survivors are susceptible to preventable disease.

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Scalp/neck melanomas: get a haircut, save your life?

Hairdressers detect 40% of cases in women, study shows.

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Asthma: PTSD in workers exposed to World Trade Center disaster linked to new diagnoses

PTSD in World Trade Center disaster is linked to new asthma cases.

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Pneumonia: Monthly Essentials August 2016
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Pneumonia: Monthly Essentials August 2016

New pneumonia guidelines… Predicting CAP risk… Antimicrobial overtreatment.

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Rib fractures: thoracic epidural analgesia saves lives

Epidural analgesia predicted a 97% drop in mortality after adjusting for age, injury severity, and use of mechanical ventilation.

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Pregnancy effects resulting from the World Trade Center disaster continue years after

Major disasters can increase pollutants and maternal stress.

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Reproductive toxicity rarely discussed with patients

Providers may need more education to routinely pass on safety concerns.

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Influenza vaccine: prior H1N1 infection boosts efficacy in older kids

Immunogenicity was improved in children aged 9-18 y, but not 1-7 y.

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HIV transmission very low within couples receiving both ART and PrEP

HIV-1-serodiscordant couples should receive ART for the infected partner and PrEP for the uninfected partner.

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