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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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GLP-1 RA, cardioprotection

Glucagon-like peptide-1 receptor agonists represent a novel class of antihyperglycemic agents that have a cardiac-friendly profile.

MMR, Yes or No

Two small children, two opportunities to administer the live MMR vaccine. Who gets the shot and who does not?

For many obese adults, diet and exercise are not enough to achieve durable weight loss. Three drugs are approved in the US as adjunctive therapy for obesity management. Weigh in with what you know with answers to 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.

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