• By MedPageToday   -   Mar 22, 2019

    MORNING BREAK: 'SNAPCHAT DYSMORPHIA'; SNORING LIFE AWAY; A FERTILITY FIRST

    Health news and commentary from around the Web gathered by the MedPage Today staff

  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 22, 2019

    MAGNETIC DEVICE FOR ALZHEIMER'S NIXED BY FDA ADVISORS

    But "there's probably a signal here," panelists say

    Alzheimer
  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 22, 2019

    NEUROTICISM A DRAG ON PROSTATE CA OUTCOMES

    Selected presentations from the European Association of Urology congress

    Urology, Prostate
  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 22, 2019

    WE NEED RVUS FOR PRIOR AUTHORIZATIONS

    It might make things simpler, says Hans

  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    PFO REQUIREMENTS; CATHETER COATING EMBOLI; BASILICA FOR LEAFLET THROMBOSIS

    Interventional cardiology news to note

  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    ANTI-VAXXERS: SINGULAR IN FOCUS, VARIED IN ARGUMENT

    Four distinct types of anti-vaccination content seen in Facebook posts

    Vaccination
  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    COMPLICATED TB: ARE SHORTER TREATMENTS JUST AS GOOD AS STANDARD OF CARE?

    Two trials in HIV-related TB and rifampin-resistant TB suggest answer is yes

  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    GROUP CALLS FOR MORATORIUM ON FDA OPIOID APPROVALS

    FDA advisory committee chairman also supports Public Citizen's petition

  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    RISK OF MS PROGRESSION MAY BE LESSENING OVER TIME

    Swedish study shows patients with relapsing onset MS are taking longer to reach disability milestones

    Disability
  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    FOR RA WITH COPD, ABATACEPT IS SAFE

    No increased pulmonary risks compared with other biologics

  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    CARDIAC CONTRACTILITY DEVICE APPROVED FOR SELECT HF PATIENTS

    FDA approves treatment for cardiac resynchronization ineligible patients

  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    SKY-HIGH PREVALENCE OF SKIN CONDITIONS FOUND IN ORDINARY GERMANS

    Most people in study weren't aware of having them

    Skin
  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    YOU'RE 70 - IT'S TIME YOU UNDERWENT SKILLS TESTING

    Is this what age discrimination looks like?

  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    THE APPLE WATCH STUDY: RESEARCH REQUIRES MORE TIME

    Irregular heart pulse is fairly accurate, but many questions remain

  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    WILL AN ASPIRIN A DAY KEEP HBV-RELATED LIVER CANCER AWAY?

    Daily aspirin tied to 29% risk reduction of hepatocellular carcinoma in viral hepatitis.

    Hepatitis, Cancer
  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    INHALED, IV ANESTHESTICS EVEN IN CARDIAC SURGERY SURVIVAL

    MYRIAD trial doesn't favor cardioprotection of sevoflurane, similar drugs

    Drugs
  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    ONCE-PROMISING ALZHEIMER'S DRUG FAILS IN PHASE III

    Futility analysis prompts Biogen and Eisai to stop trials of anti-amyloid agent

    Drugs, Alzheimer
  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    NOT OK: WHEN PATIENTS SEXUALLY HARASS PHYSICIANS

    A common yet rarely discussed abuse

  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    'CATTLE DON'T CARE'; BREAST CANCER SURVIVORS TALK; LIQUID BIOPSY FOR LUNG CANCER

    News, features, and commentary about cancer-related issues

    Cancer, Breast, Breasts
  • By MedPageToday   -   Mar 21, 2019

    ORTHOPEDIC SURGEON PAYS $400K TO KEEP SON OUT OF OPHTHALMOLOGY RESIDENCY

    A twist in the college cheating scandal