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Articles from Family Practice News (May 1, 2006)

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Acupuncture therapy cuts mild hypertension, but not for long. Jancin, Bruce Brief article 252
Bleeding, oral pathogens linked to preterm birth. Worcester, Sharon 515
Bush whacked in health care poll. Nickell, Nancy Brief article 119
Cancer site targets Asian speakers. Nickell, Nancy Brief article 144
Caveats key to use of bisphosphonates in Paget's. Tucker, Miriam E. 585
Charity health care declines. Nickell, Nancy Brief article 197
Chronic gout. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 1376
Cigarette smoking rate stubbed. Nickell, Nancy Brief article 121
Class of antihypertensive unimportant if it works. Jancin, Bruce 595
CMS announces 4.6% physician pay cut for 2007. Ault, Alicia 651
Corrections. Correction notice 104
Depression doubles with menopause. Moon, Mary Ann Brief article 218
Derm dx. Walsh, Nancy 501
Diabetes registry not a solution. Parisi, Frances Letter to the editor 182
Disease, actually. Kubetin, Sally Koch Brief article 177
Drug reps: salespeople, not educators. Simmons, Paul D. Letter to the editor 450
Early use of insulin trumps oral agents alone for treating type 2 diabetic teens. Mahoney, Diana 514
EBRT controls local thyroid ca. Moon, Mary Ann Brief article 200
EHR system certification coming this summer. Schneider, Mary Ellen Brief article 268
Escitalopram eases depression in adolescents. Splete, Heidi Brief article 282
Evidence grows stronger for inflammation-depression link. McNamara, Damian 364
Exercise regularity, not type, crucial. Brief article 266
Gender may factor into ICD efficacy. Jancin, Bruce 341
Genetic assay predicts breast cancer recurrence. Jancin, Bruce 459
Girls more vulnerable to risk of major depression. Worcester, Sharon 590
Hard hip protectors more effective. Brief article 241
High risk of burns in elderly sparks need for prevention. Evans, Jeff 569
Hospital mortality reports are not always best measure of quality. Brunk, Doug Brief article 345
Hospitalized patients often more open to alcohol-problem help. Sullivan, Michele G. 377
How many academics does it take ... Kubetin, Sally Koch Brief article 202
Hypertension seen in 31% of obese adolescents. Goldman, Erik 628
Imaging advances improve cancer detection, staging. Bates, Betsy Brief article 153
Immediate contraception ups continuance rates. Mahoney, Diana 910
Injections help little for arthritic hips. Brief article 250
Investigational renin blocker may reduce end-organ damage. Zoler, Mitchel L. 682
Iowa mumps outbreak spreads to nearby states. Tucker, Miriam E.; Splete, Heidi 663
IT 'gifts' could constitute antikickback violations. Bristol, Nellie 668
IVIG reimbursement woes limit access. Ault, Alicia 794
Lens solution pulled in wake of fungal infections. Ault, Alicia 632
Lipid-lowering drug benefits similar for diabetics. Moon, Mary Ann Brief article 271
Liver enzyme influences ability to quit smoking. Evans, Jeff 902
Maternal vitamin D affects children's asthma risk. Wendling, Patrice 401
MI presents as chest pain in 44% of renal patients. Moon, Mary Ann Brief article 233
More pediatric status asthmaticus ends up in ICU. Finn, Robert 666
Most Salmonella cases in U.S. are isolated events. Splete, Heidi Brief article 215
Multidrug resistance stalls TB drop. Tucker, Miriam E. 404
N.O.'s care system may grow financially stronger. Ault, Alicia 1176
Negative pressure speeds diabetic foot ulcer healing. Bates, Betsy 566
New criteria to detect ovarian cancer unveiled. Brunk, Doug 714
New patch may broaden use of ADHD therapy. Finn, Robert 704
New swimmer's ear guidelines: use drops first. Bell, John R. 1040
NICU is ideal setting for giving parents flu vaccine. Goldman, Erik 983
Norovirus surfaces in prepackaged deli meats. Splete, Heidi 664
Obesity is stronger asthma risk factor in women. Jancin, Bruce 494
Oxytocin may prevent placental retention. Worcester, Sharon Brief article 173
Panel: after advice, honor patient's request for C-section. Wachter, Kerri Discussion 841
Paxil class-action suit hits GSK. Nickell, Nancy Brief article 209
PDA-based drug dose calculator slashes NICU med errors. Goldman, Erik 503
PDE-5 inhibitors may relieve lower urinary tract symptoms. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 548
Pediatric facial eruptions flag inadequate nutrition: the typical rash associated with poor diet doesn't itch and may not respond to topical steroids. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 514
Post-myocardial infarction depression severity stabilizes after 6 months. Splete, Heidi 347
Postop PTH test unnecessary when calcium is normal. Evans, Jeff 543
Primary care cuts use of calcineurin inhibitors. Jancin, Bruce 927
Pro baseball champions skin safety, cancer screens. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 588
Raspberries implicated in norovirus outbreaks. Splete, Heidi 402
Recognize, aggressively treat cutaneous evidence of lupus. Mahoney, Diana 920
Screen for problem gambling, refer for treatment. Zablocki, Elaine 788
Screening identifies kids at type 2 diabetes risk: despite the program, only 8% of children with BMIs in the 85th-95th percentile were referred for lab tests. Zablocki, Elaine 612
SSRIs cut depression scores in heart failure. Zoler, Mitchel L. 458
Statins improve renal function in heart patients. Jancin, Bruce 657
Studies bring new focus to hormone therapy: a novel progestin with antialdosterone effects is being developed to help treat postmenopausal symptoms. Zoler, Mitchel L. 944
Summer and Salmonella. Kubetin, Sally Koch Brief article 248
The joke's on us. Kubetin, Sally Koch Brief article 205
The obesity disparity: a Latino physician's view. Rodriguez, Jose E. Editorial 686
The perils of pay for performance. Fitzgerald, Faith Editorial 688
TransforMED aims to revive practice. Frieden, Joyce 993
Two options to volunteer in case of emergency. Tucker, Miriam E. Brief article 201
Two questions tweak Framingham CVD assessment: some patients shift to high-risk category. Jancin, Bruce 566
Two tests diagnose 90% of immunodeficiencies. Jancin, Bruce 627
Type 2 diagnosis predicts depression in diabetics. Splete, Heidi 328
Ultrafiltration bests loop diuretics in acute HF: the FDA-approved device allows fluid to be extracted from a patient's blood at a controlled rate. Jancin, Bruce 807
Weighing new evidence on SSRI use. Cohen, Lee S. 777

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