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The Newest Primary Care Drugs

In the last few months, the FDA has approved almost a dozen medications for a variety of primary care disorders.

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For many obese adults, dietary modification and exercise are not sufficient to achieve sustained weight loss. There are 3 drugs approved in the US as adjunctive therapy. Weigh in with what you know on these 3 questions.

Here’s a call to neither “praise nor bury” the annual physical, but rather to determine its scientific efficacy in specific contexts.

Brief exposure to a variety of modifiable factors—physical and psychosocial—increases the risk of back pain.

There are conditions under which the MMR vaccine should not be given—even when a parent begs. Which of the children in these 4 scenarios should not receive the vaccination?

Subepithelial lesion in the antrum

The incidental finding was noted during screening endoscopy for Barrett's esophagus. Can you answer these 3 questions on next steps and management of the case.

Examining ethnic patterns of prevalent geriatric conditions in diabetes may help ensure culturally competent, patient-centered care in an increasingly diverse population.

CROI offers more than 1100 high-quality presentations and myriad poster sessions. You have so little time. Our CROI blogger offers 6 different ways to maximize learning at any jam-packed meeting, depending on your personal style.

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