• By MedPageToday   -   Oct 18, 2018

    PREECLAMPSIA TIED TO INCREASED DEMENTIA RISK LATER IN LIFE

    Asking women about preeclampsia history may help identify those at most risk

  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 18, 2018

    KETAMINE AND ACUTE PAIN: ANESTHESIOLOGY NEWS REPORT

    Also, how to manage a difficult airway

  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    COFFEE MAY BE GOOD FOR WOMEN'S SKIN

    Lower rosacea risk seen among coffee drinkers in study of nurses

    Skin
  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    WHO: EBOLA OUTBREAK IN CONGO NOT A PHEIC

    Committee saw no 'added value' to declaration, cited strong international response to outbreak

  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    CANNABIS USE AGAIN TIED TO RISK FOR PSYCHOTIC-LIKE EXPERIENCES

    Genetics underlies the association, but heavy use may also play a role

  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    AMA PRESIDENT: IT'S STILL 'NO' TO SINGLE PAYER

    But Barbara McAneny, MD, applauds ban on pharmacy gag clause and APMs

  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    EVIDENCE SHAKY FOR ABORTION REVERSAL PROCEDURES

    Some states require informing patients, but experts argue procedure is unproven

    Abortion
  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    SBRT DOUBLES 5-YEAR SURVIVAL IN OLIGOMETASTATIC CANCERS

    Most patients in phase II trial had up to three metastatic lesions

    Cancer
  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    THE REST OF THE STORY ON VITAMIN B FOR STROKE PREVENTION

    J. David Spence, MD, digs into the developing rationale for a different kind of B

    Vitamins, Stroke
  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    MEDICARE'S PROPOSED RULE FOR ACOS GETS MIXED REVIEWS

    Medical groups pan changes to upside-risk-only ACO models

  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    EARLY COGNITIVE SCORES MAY PREDICT LONG-TERM OUTCOMES AFTER STROKE

    Low MoCA scores post-stroke tied to cognitive and functional impairment 3 years later

    Stroke
  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    FRAIL SENIORS DO BEST WITH TRANSFEMORAL APPROACH TO TAVR

    Higher mortality seen with more invasive access routes

    Senior
  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    OCULAR INVOLVEMENT IN JIA: YOUNGEST MOST AT RISK

    Risk is highest in the first year after juvenile arthritis diagnosis

    Arthritis
  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKED AT THE BOTTOM FOR HEALTH BENEFITS

    Index rates non-contact sports better overall for young athletes

    Sport
  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    WHY AREN'T VETS OPEN WITH PSYCHIATRISTS?

    Four of them explain

  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    CLINICAL CHALLENGES: TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF SLEEP MEDICINE

    Three questions on managing challenging patients and the Internet's growing role in sleep medicine

    Sleep
  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    TAVR-HEAVY CENTERS CUTTING BACK ON SAVR

    But other hospitals that do both have kept up their SAVR volumes

    Hospital
  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    MAKE THE DIAGNOSIS: DYSPNEA & CHEST PAIN IN A YOUNG RUNNER

    A tall, slender 17-year-old was running for track practice when he suddenly became short of breath and experienced pleuritic chest...

  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    WHEN DID GUIDELINES BECOME HOLY WRIT?

    Milton Packer wonders whether our opinions should be worshipped

  • By MedPageToday   -   Oct 17, 2018

    RAPID POINT-OF-CARE TROPONIN PROMISING FOR ACUTE MI RULE-OUT

    Novel assay matched up to conventional hs-cTnI in New Zealand