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Articles from Family Practice News (July 15, 2007)

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'Normal' maternal glucose levels up adverse outcomes: stage is set for new diagnostic criteria. Wendling, Patrice 858
'Some Dude': public health menace. Reprint 215
Adherence to DASH diet slips among hypertensive patients. Wendling, Patrice 485
AHA spearheads STEMI response initiative: the association is aiming to create a basic response system that can be tailored to different regions. Sullivan, Michele G. 950
AMA: investigate store clinics. Anderson, Jane Brief article 171
Ask patients to diagram lesions to improve exams: skin exams are more thorough, and patients are more likely to detect new lesions. Boschert, Sherry Clinical report 652
Banding complication rates in teens mirror those in adults. Zoler, Mitchel L. 413
Banding may cut mortality by 60% in the morbidly obese. Brunk, Doug Clinical report 390
Bariatric surgery shown likely to resolve type 2 diabetes. Kirn, Timothy F. Clinical report 339
Biologics promising in lupus, but more research is needed. Walsh, Nancy 815
Birth of a lawsuit. Brief article 117
Blood infection prevention tips underutilized. Jancin, Bruce 307
CDC: 43 million lack coverage. Anderson, Jane Brief article 115
CMS enhances hospital Web site. Anderson, Jane Brief article 177
CMS launches health record pilot. Anderson, Jane Brief article 132
CMS projects a 9.9% cut to medicare payments. Schneider, Mary Ellen 920
Colonoscopy complications rise with warfarin use, comorbidities. Ault, Alicia 524
Consider comorbidities when selecting treatments for insomnia. Splete, Heidi 319
Consider vasculitis as a differential in the systemically unwell. McNamara, Damian 687
Corn, nuts deemed OK in diverticular disease. Bell, John R. 413
Dental clinic gives options to Medicaid patients. Napoli, Denise Editorial 642
Doctors find their blogging voices. Brunk, Doug Column 1370
Doping is of little benefit to casual athletes. Schneider, Mary Ellen 315
Downwind of bacon makin'. Brief article 141
Emergency medicine still in crisis, despite warning. Ault, Alicia 824
Experts discuss options for rosiglitazone use. Tucker, Miriam E. 893
FDA: Xolair must be given under supervision. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 317
Ginseng relieves fatigue associated with cancer. Wachter, Kerri 860
GlaxoSmithKline's HPV vaccine shows 90% efficacy. Finn, Robert 490
Hepatitis A vaccine endorsed for postexposure prophylaxis. Splete, Heidi 683
Herpes reactivation observed with TNF inhibitors. Walsh, Nancy 524
Incense use tied to respiratory cancers. Finn, Robert Brief article 271
Jaw osteonecrosis tied to infusion exposure. Wachter, Kerri 720
Jury out on routine thyroid disease screening. Frieden, Joyce 520
Kawasaki reports led to RotaTeq label change. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 372
Largest study to date supports Gardasil's safety after 1 year of use. Splete, Heidi 566
Leave pain management to the experts. Abend, David S. Brief article 124
Less coronary plaque in young hormone users. Moon, Mary Ann 328
Let's not take the tobacco bait. Kazal, Louis A., Jr. Brief article 202
Lipid-lowering drugs cut diabetic neuropathy: if the results are confirmed, one expert says this sets the stage for earlier diagnosis and treatment. Wendling, Patrice Clinical report 749
Look to vital signs for clues about missed pulmonary thromboemboli. Kirn, Timothy F. 683
Losartan gains ground against hypertension in obese patients. Wendling, Patrice 479
Lung retransplantation is increasingly common. Boschert, Sherry 602
Marketing moratorium set on 7 advantage plans. Schneider, Mary Ellen 594
Men don't tell, if you don't ask about BPH symptoms. Bates, Betsy 335
Meningitis vaccine for all aged 11-18. Splete, Heidi 759
Mnemonic distinguishes depression, dementia: with so much in common, avoid focusing on somatic issues. Tap into changes in self-attitude. Schneider, Mary Ellen 552
Most important trans fats of the day. Brief article 118
Nearly half of diabetics fail to reach targets. Wendling, Patrice 647
Neuroimaging offers window on mood disorders. Tucker, Miriam E. 733
Nondiabetic teens lose pounds on metformin. Kirn, Timothy F. Clinical report 324
Nonhormonal drug eases vasomotor symptoms. Zoler, Mitchel L. 1363
Oh-la-la, Canada! Brief article 134
Opioids are unmatched for dyspnea. Jancin, Bruce 403
Osteoporosis medications rarely used in nursing homes even after fractures. Kirn, Timothy F. 364
Panel backs with conditions cryoablation therapy for treating atrial flutter. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 666
Part D, advantage plan changes take aim at fraud. Schneider, Mary Ellen 347
Physical arcade games get hearts pumping. Worcester, Sharon Brief article 308
Plastic surgeons warn against mesotherapy. Ault, Alicia 292
Postpolypectomy surveillance intervals may be narrowed. Napoli, Denise 549
Pregabalin becomes first drug approved for fibromyalgia. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 602
Prevention of infective endocarditis. Skolnik, Neil S.; Degnan, Tina H. 765
ProQuad shortfall should persist until next year. Mechcatie, Elizabeth Brief article 274
Prostate cancer management varies by specialty. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 690
Prurigo pigmentosa is a differential in patients with hyperpigmentation. Walsh, Nancy 430
Refractory hypertension dips with drug combination. Wendling, Patrice 530
Renal dysfunction linked to SCD in women. Jancin, Bruce 288
Rimonabant application voluntarily withdrawn. Hackett, Catherine Brief article 260
Salivary stimulation eases thyroid cancer inflammation. Bell, John R. 696
Sand in your swimsuit? Big deal. Brief article 119
Scleroderma recommendations cover all bases: the guidelines are considered a 'good first step' in providing evidence-based management advice. Walsh, Nancy 647
Self-monitoring falls short for type 2 diabetics not on insulin. Wendling, Patrice 731
Services behind Medicare growth. Anderson, Jane Brief article 128
Settle down, avoid death. Brief article 127
Should prehypertension be treated with antihypertensive drugs? Lifestyle modification is the answer. Appel, Lawrence J. 521
Should prehypertension be treated with antihypertensive drugs? We can't wait for dietary habits to change. Julius, Stevo Clinical report 513
Single biofeedback session eases postprostatectomy incontinence. Kirn, Timothy F. 461
Single dose of doxepin eases transient adult insomnia. Splete, Heidi Brief article 262
Structured, inpatient approach to delirium prevention recommended. Jancin, Bruce 595
Test screens for problem drinking in primary care. Mcnamara, Damian 660
Tetracycline eases cancer therapy rash. Wachter, Kerri 526
Varicella breaks out despite double vaccine doses: cases tended to be milder in children who had received two doses, but the difference was not significant. Splete, Heidi 741

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