MD Net Guide | April 2017

MD Net Guide

MD Net Guide

Ryan Black
A new asthma study tested the clinical capabilities of Apple's ResearchKit.
Dava Stewart
The pros identified included the possibility of EMDs improving adherence, that the devices might help motivate patients through creating a sense of independence and accountability, and that the data generated could help in building a trusting relationship between clinician and patient.
Amy Jacob
Heartburn drugs like Prilosec and Nexium might alleviate acid reflux, but could raise the risk of severe stomach infections.
Ryan Black
The only consensus seems to be that walking is good for arthritis.
Gale Scott
Drugs won't work if patients don't take them.
Dava Stewart
Hepatitis C replication is associated with neuroinflammatory conditions, which could lead to cognitive deficits.
Caitlyn Fitzpatrick
A foot or ankle injury misdiagnosis can lead to chronic pain or arthritis.
Rachel Lutz
Patients with schizophrenia may be at higher odds for type 2 diabetes.
Jared Kaltwasser
Kids with asthma are four times more likely to have kidney stones.
Jared Kaltwasser
Researchers may have identified cells that could reverse MS progression.
Carolyn Colwell
The association between periodontal disease, RA is a chicken-or-egg question.
Gale Scott
Can anything halt runaway drug prices? ACP asks.

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