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Articles from Family Practice News (February 1, 2018)

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Adjunctive intranasal esketamine may help refractory depression. Henderson, Gina L. 588
BUCKLE UP: Personal omics profiling is here to stay. Brunk, Doug 1163
Cars that recognize hypoglycemia? Maybe soon. Otto, M. Alexander 757
Cesareans more common with excess gestational weight gain. Oakes, Kari 680
Drug price increases far outpaced inflation in 2015. Franki, Richard 331
E-health app helps weight loss, QOL for African American women. Oakes, Kari 650
E-visits less likely to generate antibiotic prescriptions. Oakes, Kari 782
Early start to puberty increases likelihood of depression in girls. Zimmerman, Eli Clinical report 952
Experience may not always be the best teacher. Wilkoff, William G. Column 620
Fetal alcohol spectrum disorders and suicidality. Bell, Carl C. 824
Hospital stays shorter in family medicine inpatient unit. Oakes, Kari 545
Insulin delivery devices win coverage under Medicare Part D. Boland, Barbara 532
MedPAC recommends scrapping MIPS, gets pushback from doctors. Twachtman, Gregory 532
Month one of LABA/LAMA elevates CVD risk. Otto, M. Alexander 614
Normal prepregnancy weight becoming less normal. Franki, Richard Brief article 297
Rural patients less likely to have bariatric surgery. Moon, Mary Ann 389
RURALITY PARADOX IN CANCER: Faster treatment but shorter survival. Oakes, Kari 795
Salt and fructose have a role in etiology of diabetes. Brunk, Doug 941
Sexual harassment. Tan, S.Y. 1923
Shift workers feel the ill effects of night work. Brunk, Doug 747
Use of non vitamin K antagonist oral anticoagulants. Skolnik, Neil; Oh, Sophie 1040
Withholding elective surgery in smokers, the obese. Block, Allan M. 450

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