New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week-Edition 188
6 days ago - By Mark's Daily Apple
Research of the Week
The more times you flip the burger, the faster it cooks .
College lowers smoking rates .
Female mice show less variance than male mice .
Young kids who train basketball frequently have improved executive functioning .
Grazing on perennial grasslands can match current meat production while improving the environment.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Kitchen Podcast: The Link Between Dairy Intolerance and Dairy Genes with Alexandre Family Farm Founders Blake and Stephanie
Primal Health Coach Radio: Anya Perry
New garbage red meat study pops up .
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The headlines of Master Doctor
How Doctors With Addiction Heal and Return to Practice
Physicians experience problems with substance abuse at the same rates as everyone else. Here's how two doctors hit rock bottom, recovered, and got back to practicing medicine...
Atypical Presentation of Monkeypox Creates Confusion
Atypical presentations are common in the current monkeypox outbreak. This factor may contribute to missed diagnoses and an underestimation of the number of cases. Medscape...
Study Offers Important Clues for Diagnosing M. genitalium
Macrolide-resistant mycoplasma genitalium's favorite hiding place turns out to be the vaginal tract. Now what? Medscape Medical News
Novartis Reports Zolgensma Caused Two Deaths From Liver Failure
Novartis on Thursday reported two patient fatalities due to acute liver failure following treatment with Zolgensma gene therapy used to treat spinal muscular atrophy. Reuters...
Gut Microbiome Tied to Radiation Therapy Outcomes in HNC
Specific enrichments are associated with oral mucositis and recurrence after radiation therapy. First Look
Thanks to COVID, Clinical Skills Testing Will Never Be the Same
National medical school testing boards are building new exams to reintegrate clinical skills tests following recent changes to other assessments that moved from numerical...
How One Physician Managed to Retire at Age 43
An anesthesiologist lived modestly, invested, and managed to retire very early. Now he advises other physicians on how to do the same. Would his strategies work for...
New Mismatch Repair Test Identifies Patients for Pembrolizumab
The Ventana panel for DNA mismatch repair is now approved to identify patients suitable for treatment with pembrolizumab . FDA Approvals
Strength Training Overcomes Bone Effects of Vegan Diet
Bone microarchitecture differences observed between vegans and omnivores disappear when both practice progressive resistance training. Medscape Medical News
Type of AF Among Predictors of DOAC Overdosing, Underdosing
A fourth of patients received inappropriate doses of direct oral anticoagulants for atrial fibrillation in a prospective study, for reasons sometimes related to use or nonuse...