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This Medical News article discusses whether all patients really need β-blockers after a heart attack.
This study uses Medicare data to compare the characteristics of hospitals that did vs did not realize episodes savings under the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ Comprehensive Care for Joint Replacement program, which bundled payments for hip and knee surgery and paid bonuses to...
When confronted with an infant with extreme microcephaly, the author in this essay remembers the life of a childhood friend’s older brother and idol who died overdosing inhalants at boarding school and resolves to trick the universe by adding more time for loved ones, patients, and colleagues.
This Viewpoint reviews the evidence supporting use of specific vitamin and mineral supplements in healthy and high-risk populations, and provides general guidance about appropriate and inappropriate use of such supplements in generally healthy people.
Key PointsQuestionIs exposure to multiple vaccines through the first 23 months of life associated with an increased risk for infections not targeted by vaccines?
FindingsIn this nested case-control study that included 193 cases with non–vaccine-targeted infections and 751 controls without...
This JAMA Clinical Guidelines Synopsis summarizes the 2016 National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases guideline on peanut allergy prevention among infants.
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