New England Journal articles over last 30 days

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2014/11/23 01:20
2014/11/23 01:20
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When it comes to health care near the end of life, Dr. Michael Fratkin agrees with the Institute of Medicine: There's a mismatch between the costly acute care services readily available and the...
2014/11/23 01:20
2014/11/23 01:20
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2014/11/22 17:19
2014/11/22 17:19
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The United States is becoming increasingly divided over gun control but while the argument rages its children keep dying. After six-year-old Brandon Holt was shot in the head as he played with...
2014/11/22 02:08
2014/11/22 02:08
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University of Maryland nephrologist leads multinational research effort Research published today found that the investigational drug patiromer decreased high potassium levels and maintained normal...
2014/11/21 19:42
2014/11/21 19:42
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I cover cardiology news for CardioExchange, a social media website for cardiologists published by the New England Journal of Medicine. I was the editor of TheHeart.Org from its inception in 1999 until...
2014/11/21 11:08
2014/11/21 11:08
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Saint Louis University author of New England Journal of Medicine article says medication choice depends on patient A new treatment for Marfan syndrome, a rare genetic disease that can lead to heart...
2014/11/20 14:04
2014/11/20 14:04
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Medicare & Medicaid News Senior Citizen Obesity Counseling Medicare Benefit Goes Largely Unused Nov. 20, 2014 - Three years ago, the Obama administration offered hope to millions of overweight...
2014/11/20 03:08
2014/11/20 03:08
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Gene therapy developed at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, University College London (UCL) and the Royal Free Hospital has transformed life for men with a severe form of hemophilia B by...
2014/11/19 17:18
2014/11/19 17:18
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On balance, we live longer, healthier lives now than ever before. But when we do finally succumb to the ravages of time or illness, the way we die has changed a lot over the last century. And, as...
2014/11/18 22:42
2014/11/18 22:42
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A new study offers important new insights into the protective role of HDL cholesterol (the “good” cholesterol) against cardiovascular disease. Earlier studies with drugs that increase HDL levels,...
2014/11/18 22:38
2014/11/18 22:38
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Millions of people with stents that prop open clogged heart arteries may need anti-clotting drugs much longer than the one year doctors recommend now. A large study found that continuing for another...
2014/11/18 21:42
2014/11/18 21:42
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Martin Salia's friends in Sierra Leone celebrated when the doctor's Ebola test came back negative. But that celebration—in which friends hugged Salia—may have spread the disease to them, and Salia's...
2014/11/18 19:44
2014/11/18 19:44
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The results are being presented Nov. 18 at the American Heart Association's annual meeting in Chicago and will appear online the same day in The New England Journal of Medicine. "For years, standard...
2014/11/18 19:08
2014/11/18 19:08
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Health Canada is aware of and will be reviewing new evidence on the safety of long-term use of the prescription blood-thinners clopidogrel (Plavix) and prasugrel (Effient). Clopidogrel and prasugrel...
2014/11/18 17:14
2014/11/18 17:14
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SENATOR JV Ejercito on Tuesday blasted acting Health Secretary Janette Loreto-Garin for staging a publicity stunt when she and Armed Force chief Gen. Gregorio Pio Catabang visited UN peacekeepers who...
2014/11/18 17:08
2014/11/18 17:08
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Discovery could allow clinicians to diagnose and monitor renal autoimmune disorder An international team of researchers from France, Germany, and the US have identified a protein that turns a...
2014/11/18 14:48
2014/11/18 14:48
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Study Finds Limited Kidney Benefit from More Rigorous Blood Pressure Treatment ADPKD is the most common kind of polycystic kidney disease, representing 90 percent of the approximately 600,000 U.S....
2014/11/18 12:14
2014/11/18 12:14
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Leukemia affects people no matter what race and age. Some types are more common in children and other forms affect mostly adults. It starts in the bone marrow where white blood cells are produced...
2014/11/18 01:22
2014/11/18 01:22
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PHILADELPHIA — When Trevor Johnson was 11, his growing spine took a detour from the normal straight path. Instead of stacking neatly one atop the other, his vertebrae began to drift sideways into an...
2014/11/17 23:45
2014/11/17 23:45
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One of the more positive sounding admonitions from health care reform opponents was that the United States had "the best health care in the world," so why would you mess with it? Well, it's true that...
2014/11/17 20:58
2014/11/17 20:58
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Breast cancer, tick bites, gluten, GMOs, artificial sweeteners, shark attacks – and now Ebola. The news is replete with seemingly endless tales of health threats. Who could blame you for deciding to...
2014/11/23 01:20
2014/11/23 01:20
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