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Severe cutaneous adverse reactions to drugs: diagnosis and management
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Severe cutaneous adverse reactions to drugs: diagnosis and management

Early diagnosis is important to identify and withdraw the culprit drug

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World Medical Association to host major conferences on physician assisted suicide

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Almost half of deaths now have recorded cause

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Artificial Intelligence: can data help stop chronic conditions before they start?

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Vitamin D supplements unlikely to reduce allergy risk

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Autoinjector epinephrine remains active beyond expiration date

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Deprescribing medicines at end of life

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Promises galore

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Avoid these words when speaking to patients

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Professional & Business

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Tobacco company accused of sidestepping plain pack rules

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BHF calls for better diagnosis of atrial fibrillation

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Dementia deaths to quadruple by 2040, says study

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BMA: government has ‘callous disregard’ for NHS

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RCS: Private hospitals should disclose ‘botched’ operation data

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Online abortion options ‘safe and effective’, says study

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Can this cancer drug treat refractory non-eosinophilic asthma?

Proof-of-concept study uses imatinib for refractory non-eosinophilic asthma.

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ICER issues evidence report on dupilumab and crisaborole

What's plan B if a patient does not respond to standard treatments for atopic dermatitis?

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Asthma: targeting S aureus colonization may improve outcomes

S aureus colonization was associated with increased requirement for inhaled corticosteroids.

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FDA recommends doctors learn more about acupuncture and chiropracty
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FDA recommends doctors learn more about acupuncture and chiropracty

The US Food and Drug Administration says doctors should be knowledgeable about when such complementary therapies may be useful in the management of chronic pain.

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Doctors seek funding to build underground hospitals in Syria
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Doctors seek funding to build underground hospitals in Syria

At least 814 health workers have been killed in Syria since the beginning of the conflict.

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Hospitals must confront threat of ransomware attacks
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Hospitals must confront threat of ransomware attacks

Much like containment of an infectious disease outbreak, a rapid response is required when IT hacker strike, according to an article in the BMJ.

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Stop bringing work home!
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Stop bringing work home!

Working from home contributes to burnout among family doctors.

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New study does not support vitamin D supplementation to prevent atopic diseases

The findings suggest previously observed association may be due to lifestyle factors.

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Breastfeeding: no respiratory benefits in absence of maternal asthma

Data from the Canadian Healthy Infant Longitudinal Development study.

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European Respiratory Society: new guidance on bronchial challenge testing

Report contains notable changes from prior recommendations.

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Testosterone explains why women are more prone to asthma
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Testosterone explains why women are more prone to asthma

The discovery opens up the possibility of mimicking hormonal regulation of inflammatory cells to treat or prevent asthma.

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General election alert

BMA wishes any new government to develop ‘credible plans’ for a fully-funded NHS

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Practice of medicine facing identity crisis, warns expert
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Practice of medicine facing identity crisis, warns expert

Challenges such as burnout and falling retention need to be confronted.

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World Medical Association proposes changes to modified Hippocratic Oath.
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World Medical Association proposes changes to modified Hippocratic Oath.

National medical association members are being invited to comment on the changes before May 29.

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