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Articles from Internal Medicine News (February 15, 2016)

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A perfect storm: tumor biology and genomics. Daly, Bobby; Olopade, Olufunmilayo I. 1912
Acupuncture no better than sham for hot flash relief. Schneider, Mary Ellen 430
AHA shines spotlight on peripheral artery disease. Jancin, Bruce 819
Blognosis: can generic drugs' image problem be fixed? Zoler, Mitchel L. 599
Can aspirin prevent breast cancer? Jancin, Bruce 509
CMS proposes sale, analysis of claims data. Gallegos, Alicia 507
Depression screening? It's not just 'counting symptoms'. 149
Digital doctor: tips for video visits with your patients. Benabio, Jeffrey 642
Dr. Anthony S. Fauci addresses the Zika virus situation. Fulton, Denise 134
EHR report: Baby, back back back it up. Skolnik, Neil; Notte, Christopher 985
Experts say abandon aspirin for stroke prevention. Jancin, Bruce 651
Greater awareness of women's heart risk needed. Jancin, Bruce 406
Guide: start with CBT or antidepressants for depression. Moon, Mary Ann 606
Integrate into practice now. Williams, John W., Jr. 185
Medicare Shared Savings Program changes proposed. Twachtman, Gregory 307
Novel HIV-1 vaccines safe, immunogenic in healthy adults. Karon, Amy 161
One in three black Americans will experience PAD. Jancin, Bruce 279
Patient income may affect specialist access. Franki, Richard 235
Physicians' risk of addiction greater, but therapy response better. Worcester, Sharon 2177
Pre-exposure prophylaxis could cut HIV incidence. Karon, Amy 361
PrEP is ready for prime time. 262
Prescriptions drop after DEA reschedules hydrocodone. Moon, Mary Ann 396
Reaction: Poor methodology mars malpractice study. Gallegos, Alicia 573
Regs clarify response to patient records requests. Gallegos, Alicia 867
Study: 28.8% prevalence of depression in residents. Moon, Mary Ann Clinical report 457
Study: Pay one malpractice claim; expect a second. Gallegos, Alicia 455
USPSTF: Screen all adults in primary care for depression: the level B recommendation includes pregnant and postpartum women. Oakes, Kari 621
What matters: probiotics for respiratory infections. Ebbert, Jon O. 555
Zika could infect 4 million; U.S. impact likely small. Sullivan, Michele G. 869

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