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“Distracted-doctoring” is the label widely attached to the activity behind the exam room door that now includes clinician, patient, and laptop computer. But typically there are other wireless electronic devices in the room and most commonly it’s a smart phone of some variety. Now who’s distracted?

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The connections between obesity and depression in young women are strengthened by the results of a new study.

A small study provides good evidence that radiofrequency ablation as first-line therapy has a lower failure rate vis a vis recurrence of AF when compared to antiarrhythmic therapy. But, there is more to this story.

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