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RSV Vaccine: Not Just for Kids?
Respiratory syncytial virus may account for up to 5% of adult community acquired pneumonias. We may need more than one RSV vaccine.
RSV: Hunt for a Vaccine, Inactivated?
Respiratory syncytial virus is common and most babies will have had it by age 2 years. Why can't we make a vaccine?
10 New Facts about Prostate Cancer
Slide Show: Get top-line results of 10 new studies on the most common non-skin cancer among US men.
ADA: 'Boot Camp' Reins in Uncontrolled T2D
Results of the intensive 12-week intervention included a significant drop in healthcare utilization, missed work days, and A1c levels.
Foot Fault: Can You Find the Injury?
A 32-year-old man arrives at the ED unable to walk after jumping from a wall. This foot injury is often missed on x-ray. Do you see it?
Anterior Talus Fracture
Missed fractures of the foot are not uncommon. Examine the lateral x-ray view of this injury carefully to understand why.
8 Cancer Quiz Questions
Take this quick quiz to test your knowledge of this deadly disease.
Proton Pump Inhibitors Linked to Cognitive Decline
In this Medical News Minute, Dr Bobby Lazzara looks at the impact of PPI use on incident dementia in the elderly.
BP Variability Does More Damage than Hypertension Alone
Dr Bobby Lazzara reviews a new study that suggests reducing fluctuations in blood pressure in older adults could help prevent loss of cognitive function and verbal memory.
Twin Sisters with an Odd, Progressive Rash
The first stage of this rash began at birth; it has twice changed distinctly in form. Are these changes the key to a diagnosis?
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