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Reining in the use of CT scans

Also, our report from the American Society of Nephrology's annual meeting provides a snapshot of the current state of kidney transplantation in the U.S. ... ACP's Washington office offers helpful information on the easiest ways to make the most of the
February 2011

E-cigarettes are popular, but health effects are questionable

Our featured stories this month tackle 2 controversial topics. In our first story, Paula S. ... Our second story updates readers on the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force's latest recommendations on lung cancer screening.
March 2014

Meeting baby boomers' high expectations

But while new hepatitis C cases are on the decline in the U.S., the number of long-term cases is increasing. ... Complicating matters, many patients begin taking statins and start an exercise program at the same time, making it harder to determine what's
July 2012

Internal Medicine Meeting 2015 breaks records

Senator Tom Daschle, multiple events celebrating ACP's 100th anniversary, and, of course, the high-quality scientific sessions and learning opportunities for which ACP is well known. ... In our Perspectives section, ACP's president, Wayne J. Riley, MD,
July 2015

Systemic problems common with rheumatoid arthritis

Internists caring for RA patients should be aware of the disease's constellation of effects so they can provide targeted screening and treatment. ... In March 2009, Washington became the second U.S. state after Oregon to permit physician-assisted suicide.
July 2010

Letters to the Editor

With Arizona [Editor's note: After the story appeared, the state passed a medical marijuana ballot measure by 4,300 of 1.6 million votes cast], there are now 15 states ... Robert A. Murden, FACP. Columbus, Ohio. The letters to the editor in the
January 2011

More research needed on long-term opioids

But it's an assessment that's important, since malnutrition can have a deleterious effect on all areas of a patient's overall health.
April 2015

Six months post-disaster, challenges remain for Japanese medicine

Earlier this year, the Alzheimer's Association and the National Institute on Aging issued long-awaited guidelines on Alzheimer's diagnosis, a welcome step forward for science that may present clinical ... Have you needed to interpret the new Alzheimer's
September 2011

Don't overlook pulmonary hypertension

Learn how doctors can best spot pulmonary hypertension, a disease for which treatments have improved dramatically but inclusion in the typical internist's differential hasn't. ... There's more than one reason to make an effort to do so, though, as good
April 2013

Urinary incontinence is overlooked but treatable

codes and levels of specificity, and our Practice Tips column discusses what's needed to obtain patient consent for chronic care management.
February 2015

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