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Articles from Family Practice News (June 1, 2007)

1-74 out of 74 article(s)
Title Author Type Words
Adults disregard MDs' orders. Anderson, Jane Brief article 137
Arthritis diagnosed in nearly 300,000 children in the U.S.; prognosis is often worse than assumed. Worcester, Sharon 657
Aspirin's chemopreventive effects seen at 10 years. Gardner, Jonathan 476
Best practices in: recognition and management of nighttime reflux symptoms. Clinical report 1573
Better criteria sought for melanonychia striata. Tucker, Miriam E. 697
Bill benefits tobacco companies. Blum, Alan Editorial 516
Brief counseling achieves the best cessation results. Jancin, Bruce 309
But never on a sundae. Bell, John R. Brief article 147
Cardiovascular disease tied to cognitive decline. Jancin, Bruce 502
Charging for "free' services: the next time you manage to fill an hour responding to patients' e-mails, completing camp forms, or researching referrals, consider this: some family physicians are starting to bill their patients for all that extra time. In this month's column, Dr. Kathleen A. Saradarian explains how she sets her free policy for patients. Saradarian, Kathleen Column 679
Chlamydia screening rates fall short of guidelines. Bates, Betsy 590
CMS nixes coverage of nerve stimulation for depression. Ault, Alicia 192
CMS urged to improve efficiency. Anderson, Jane Brief article 119
Compartment test is moot if it is done before patients exercise. Johnson, Kate 369
Confirm osteoporosis by bone biopsy before treatment in advanced CKD. Rutledge, Barbara J. 499
Continuous glucose monitor for kids is approved. Tucker, Miriam E. 706
COPD, comorbid pneumonia present diagnostic and treatment challenges. Johnson, Kate 206
Coping profiles may help treat abdominal pain. Wendling, Patrice 772
Couch tater tots. Brief article 256
Data shed light on incomplete colonoscopy. Moon, Mary Ann 416
Deaths in MRSA, pneumonia may have involved a toxin. 500
Depression, anxiety erode cardiac rehab progress. Evans, Jeff 597
Diabetes therapy and cognitive effects. Brief article 250
Family physician to chair world medical body. Napoli, Denise Brief article 220
Focus on comorbidities, not tics, in Tourette's. Wendling, Patrice 411
Gemfibrozil's benefit seen in kids with severe metabolic syndrome. Jancin, Bruce Brief article 310
Genes in the news. Feero, Greg 661
Get better cardiac risk estimates. Blumenthal, Roger S. 939
Gout and metabolic syndrome link reinforced by new data. Dallojacono, Luann 470
Gynecologic cancer tied to Lynch syndrome risk. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 743
Home allergy test kits deemed substandard and incomplete. Brunk, Doug Brief article 287
Implement new community-acquired pneumonia guidelines judiciously. 538
Is physician-assisted suicide ever acceptable? It's justified in rare cases. Quill, Timothy E. Viewpoint essay 556
Is physician-assisted suicide ever acceptable? It's never acceptable. Foley, Kathleen M. Viewpoint essay 531
IT bill would aid small practices. Anderson, Jane Brief article 165
Juvenile arthritis diagnosis is delayed when blood tests are negative. McNamara, Damian Clinical report 562
Long-acting insulin analogues' benefit questioned. Moon, Mary Ann Brief article 252
Look for depression, PTSD in Iraq war veterans with migraines. Dales, Mary Jo M. 540
Male hypogonadism may be more prevalent than previously thought. Kirn, Timothy F. 339
Marker may help tailor antibiotic use in CAP. Johnson, Kate 642
Menactra appears to be reaching target teens. Wendling, Patrice 647
MRI helps pinpoint the line in stress fractures. Splete, Heidi Brief article 311
Myoclonus, fever, tremors may signal serotonin syndrome. Walsh, Nancy 694
N.H. Rx law struck down. Anderson, Jane Brief article 149
Nasal steroids, shots are best for seasonal allergies. Dixon, Bruce K. 376
New criteria spot melanoma risk, need for total skin exam. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 667
Oral osteoporosis therapy choices are expanding. Boschert, Sherry 579
Overcrowded hospitals riskier? Anderson, Jane Brief article 181
Panel finds FluMist effective in select younger children. (NEWS FROM THE FDA). Mechcatie, Elizabeth Brief article 320
Pay for performance stirs ethical concerns. Schneider, Mary Ellen 505
Pertussis booster goes beyond 5 years. Brief article 232
Physicians want registry data as basis for quality reporting. Ault, Alicia 514
Post-CABG quitters will live longer. Jancin, Bruce 339
Prenatal use of SSRIs. Cohen, Lee 707
Primary care needs an overhaul. Badolato, Joseph E. Letter to the editor 405
Reclast, Altabax. Mechcatie, Elizabeth; Mcnamara, Damian 879
Risks revealed for gastric bypass complications. Brunk, Doug 501
Rosiglitazone may elevate myocardial infarction risk. Evans, Jeff 1709
Seasonal shifts in surgical outcomes confirmed; survey findings lend weight to the July Effect theory, but the underlying causes of the variations are unclear. Jancin, Bruce 1001
Several generic zolpidem formulations approved. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 345
Sitagliptin add-on helps lower Hb[A.sub.1c]. Kirn, Timothy F. 245
Sleep problems dog many allergic rhinitis sufferers. Brunk, Doug 347
Some foot neuropathy responds to nerve surgery. Worcester, Sharon 419
Sports team athletes, staff urged to take a shot at flu immunization. Johnson, Kate 342
Sudden Cardiac Arrest Coalition gains troops. Jancin, Bruce 514
Tape test may sort cancer from Nevi. Boschert, Sherry 713
Think metabolic error in cases of near-miss SIDS. Walsh, Nancy 450
Topical imiquimod clears infantile hemangioma. Johnson, Kate 417
Transformative events help teens lose weight. Sullivan, Michele G. 656
Tumbled weed. Bell, John R. Brief article 164
Warn osteoporotic patients that T scores can mislead. Boschert, Sherry 368
Warning on tizanidine issued. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 398
Watch blood pressure in NSAID users. Lowry, Fran Brief article 239
Zostavax elicits antibody response in younger group. Tucker, Miriam E. 500

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