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Surprising Finding on Moderate Drinking

Moderate alcohol consumption has been linked with decreased risk for papillary and follicular thyroid carcinoma.

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A new review on the topic in the NEJM covers everything you need to know. We preview with a short Q&A for primary care.

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A range of options for metastatic castration resistant prostate cancer offer benefits, but impact on survival and sequencing guidance are less than optimal.

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As new teaching replaces old, it seems testosterone replacement may have gone from bad to good and even very good. Here’s how.

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African American and white men in racially integrated communities with comparable incomes have far fewer differences in behaviors that contribute to poor health, this study showed.

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New guidelines recommend that testosterone replacement therapy be restricted to men who have stable disease, only after a discussion of the potential risks and benefits.

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Risk does not go up with exposure to testosterone therapy over a 5-year period or according to total testosterone injections.

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Contrary to media reports, a new position statement suggested there is no compelling evidence that testosterone therapy increases or decreases cardiovascular risk.

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