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Articles from Internal Medicine News (December 1, 2011)

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Title Author Type Words
A kid's-eye view of bundled dialysis payments. Mahoney 495
ACP proposes list for cuts in wake of supercommittee failure. Schneider, Mary Ellen 972
AMA backs HIV-transplant study. Anderson, Jane 128
Atorvastatin rivals rosuvastatin at max dosage. Zoler, Mitchel L. 1250
Beware of those beers. Greenbaum, Larry 1043
Comorbid vitiligo and psoriasis? Keep looking. Jancin, Bruce 545
CT colonography on par with colonoscopy. Moon, Mary Ann 374
Denosumab's safety, effectiveness confirmed at 6 years. Worcester, Sharon 610
Doctors support palliative care. Anderson, Jane 117
Excessive vitamin D intake may elevate a fib risk: patients with new-onset atrial fibrillation may need to have their vitamin levels checked. Zoler, Mitchel L. 797
Exposure to solvents ups risk for Parkinson's. Eisenberg, Jeffrey S. 775
FDA approves low-dose zolpidem for insomnia. Dales, Mary Jo M. 234
For most diabetics, revascularization can wait. Zoler, Mitchel L. 935
Growth hormone strengthens bone in obesity. Birk, Susan Clinical report 564
Indications for parathyroidectomy may expand. Jancin, Bruce 552
Insomnia is not a diagnosis. Varenbut, Michael 571
Intensive insulin Tx protects kidneys in type 1. Mahoney, Diana 887
Is dual-agent therapy for hypertension superior? Ebbert, Jon O.; Tangalos, Eric G. 891
Low-dose prednisone shores up effects of MTX-based regimens in early RA. Worcester, Sharon 493
Making a difference in Tanzania: global perspectives on medical practice. Splete, Heidi Interview 1199
Medicaid primer: avoiding the RAC. Cohen, Stuart A. 873
Medical issues missed in elderly cancer patients. Freeman, Sara Clinical report 649
Melanoma patients do well with fewer follow-up visits. Worcester, Sharon 547
Most smokers want to quit, but few get help: the majority of current smokers who tried quitting did so without counseling or medications. Wendling, Patrice 878
NCQA launches accreditation of ACOs. Schneider, Mary Ellen 550
New path requires new partnership. Brief article 256
Newer form of CBT more effective for smoking cessation. Otto, M. Alexander 560
Osteoarthritis may raise risk of falls, fractures. Wachter, Kerri Clinical report 547
Outpatient IV antimicrobials safe for long term. Mahoney, Diana 571
Part D cost-sharing grows. Anderson, Jane 144
Participation is crucial. Brief article 120
Primary care residents, psychologists team up. Freed, Betsy Bates 1434
Psoriasis tied to comorbidities that up cardiovascular risks. Brunk, Doug 527
Punitive damages. Tan, S.Y. Interview 562
RA doubles fracture risk in women. Wachter, Kerri 436
Ramipril improves walking in peripheral arterial disease. Jancin, Bruce Clinical report 495
Recent veterans stop PTSD drugs too soon. Otto, M. Alexander 264
Safety concerns loom over psoriasis pipeline: biologics and small molecule agents show promise in early phase trials. Larger studies are needed. Tucker, Miriam E. 927
Shingles vaccine safe for adults on biologics. Splete, Heidi 526
Stratify patients for opioid misuse, abuse risk: emergency department visits for nonmedical use of pharmaceuticals increased 98% from 2004 to 2009. Ault, Alicia 1268
Supplements may exacerbate kidney disease. Mahoney, Diana Clinical report 563
Supreme Court to take up health reform. Schneider, Mary Ellen 547
The ACO final rule--a game changer for primary care? Bobbitt, Julian D. "Bo", Jr. 776
The CLASS Act. Interview 725
Too much, too little glucose risky in those on dialysis. Mahoney, Diana 558
Trial Backs Methotrexate as first Tx for early RA. Worcester, Sharon 555
Two subspecialties launched. Anderson, Jane Brief article 128
We need to leverage technology. Ebbert, Jon O. Brief article 172
Weight-loss programs harness the web, phone. Wendling, Patrice Clinical report 1518

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