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The renal protective effects seen with the SGLT2 inhibitor canogliflizin may be independent of glycemic control, suggest authors of a new post-hoc analysis.

Several recent findings have enhanced our understanding of medicine and mortality. Take this quick quiz to see what you know.

Topical steroids and antifungals have not only failed to resolve the bilateral rash; the teen says they’ve made it worse. Your Dx?

A 32-year-old man visits the ED for an oral canker sore that should have run its course but is getting worse. What one question should you ask?

A young teen presents with an acne outbreak that is uncharacteristic for her. What are the clues to the diagnosis in the PMH?

The "novel (and contradictory) finding..." say study authors, challenges conventional wisdom as well as current literature.

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Authors of a new study note that a simple self-report question about mental health history in patients with ADR may lead to important intervention.

Results of the MOOD-HF trial join those of 2 others that looked to boost mood and survival in patients with heart disease.

A large Danish study compared community antibiotic use and hospital-treated infections between people with and without type 2 diabetes.

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