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data suggesting an increased risk fordeath. Physicians should tell patientstaking exenatide (Byetta) for type2 diabetes to seek immediate care ifthey have unexplained and persist-ent severe abdominal pain.
20 Dec 2007

FDA updates boxed warnings for rosiglitazone, other drugs

The latest drug alerts and approvals.
1 Jan 2008

Assessing BMI, waist size vital to prevent worsening obesity

Body mass index and waist circumference are at the core of diagnosing obesity, yet these measurements are often bypassed in the typical office visit.
1 Jan 2008

Examining ethical dilemmas that occur in everyday practice

A Harvard expert moderates a new column on ethical case studies and suggests some practical strategies for handling and preventing conflicts. Case study: How should a physician react when an elderly patient refuses life-saving treatment contrary to the wishes of her family?.
1 Jan 2008

Physicians practice putting mind over matter

Meditation techniques help physicians maintain an open outlook.
1 Jan 2008

Infectious disease doctors tackle bad bugs with fewer drugs

Annual meeting unveils research, techniques that could help stem the tide of resistance and disease, particularly with the increase of ‘C-diff’.
1 Jan 2008

In-office research can trip up even the most ethical doctors

Brian J. McMahon, MACP, took pride in adhering to the highest ethical standards during a sponsored practice-based research study on a hepatitis vaccine.
1 Jan 2008

Put patients in the driver's seat to steer toward better health

Engaging patients in managing their own chronic diseases can be the key to helping them achieve their goals and improve outcomes.
1 Feb 2008

Will baby boomers' clout lead to better care for the elderly?

Geriatrician and author Robert Butler, MD, has long been involved in activities that have changed the way the U.S. medical establishment and the public view aging.
1 Feb 2008

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