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Diabetes Lifestyle Interventions Make People Healthier, Not Smarter
Cognitive assessment is not improved by lifestyle interventions in diabetes. Health is.
The frequency of hypoglycemic episodes affects carotid atherosclerosis in patients with type 1 diabetes.
Break out the blue paint for women with higher preconception blood pressure.
Heart disease risk factors, not occupation, were linked to shoulder pain.
Could cyber-terorrists turn a cardiac pacemaker into a weapon? It sounded like fiction until the FDA and a device maker today announced that they had fixed a popular device precisely to prevent that from happening.
Heartburn drugs like Prilosec and Nexium might alleviate acid reflux, but could raise the risk of severe stomach infections.
In a dramatic decision on a long-running patent dispute over alirocumab vs. evolocumab, a federal court judge ruled that Amgen's patents were violated and that rivals Sanofi/Regeneron can no longer distribute their product.
Should physicians critically reconsider their management strategy for ACS in a broad spectrum of patients with ACS
The MD Magazine editors rounded up the 10 best stories from December—did you read them all?

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