ADA: Exercise Gives Fat a Makeover (CME/CE) medpagetoday
ADA: Exercise Gives Fat a MakeoverByCrystal Phend, Senior Staff Writer, MedPage TodayPublished: June 21, 2013ReviewedbyRobert Jasmer, MD; Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of California, San FranciscoAction PointsNote that this study was published as an abstract...
boost glucose tolerance
Gene 'Switch' Turns On Cardiac Risk medpagetoday
Gene Switch Turns On Cardiac RiskByChris Kaiser, Cardiology Editor, MedPage TodayPublished: June 21, 2013
People with a gene that has been turned off through a natural process called DNA methylation may be at higher risk of cardiovascular disease.
Levels of triglycerides and very...
American Heart Association
Emerging Science Series
novel epigenetic marker
AHA Lauds AMA Call on Obesity medpagetoday
AHA Lauds AMA Call on ObesityByChris Kaiser, Cardiology Editor, MedPage TodayPublished: June 21, 2013
The American Medical Associations decision to identify obesity as a disease will help bring additional focus on this important risk factor for heart disease and stroke, said the...
body mass index
Lab Notes: Bling Beats Bad Bugs medpagetoday
Lab Notes: Bling Beats Bad BugsByMedPage Today StaffPublished: June 21, 2013
Bling Beats Bad Bugs
A bit of silver could be good for what ails you. In a series of experiments, researchers have found that ionic silver boosts the efficacy of common antibiotics, helps overcome antibiotic...
Bling Beats Bad
Egg-Free Flu Vaccine Ready for Flu Season medpagetoday
Egg-Free Flu Vaccine Ready for Flu SeasonByTodd Neale, Senior Staff Writer, MedPage TodayPublished: June 21, 2013
A new trivalent recombinant influenza vaccine has been added to the 2013-2014 flu recommendations to provide an immunization option for people with a history of allergic...
those who had
Plan B One-Step Saga Ends medpagetoday
Plan B One-Step Saga EndsByTodd Neale, Senior Staff Writer, MedPage TodayPublished: June 21, 2013
The FDA has approved the single-pill Plan B One-Step emergency contraceptive for over-the-counter use without age or point-of-sale restrictions, although the two-pill version remains...
approved the single
JAMA Eases Stance on Trials from Industry medpagetoday
JAMA Eases Stance on Trials from IndustryByJohn Gever, Deputy Managing Editor, MedPage TodayPublished: June 21, 2013
The Journal of the American Medical Association has dropped its 8-year-old requirement for independent statistical analyses of industry-funded trials, its top editor...