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Medical and legal experts are challenging the 30-year policy preventing gay and bisexual men from donating blood, says an article published by CBS News. Along with two others, Glenn Cohen J.D., director of Harvard Law School’s Petrie-Flom Center,...

Managing & Maintaining Healthy Triglyceride Levels

How to Help Your Patients Reduce High Triglycerides

David Sabgir, MD, FACC, Mount Carmel Health Systems, talks about the dangers of very high tryglicerides. In addition to practicing as a clinician, Dr. Sabgir  is also the founder of Walk With a Doc and Lowermytrigs.com, two programs geared towards...
HIV can be prevented in high-risk individuals, such as those whose partners are infected, with the implementation of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP). In this CME video series, experts will explain the scope of the problem of HIV infection, how to...
The FDA has approved a new narcotic painkiller made by Purdue Pharma, says an article published by CBS News. Targiniq ER is oxycodone combined with nalaxone, a drug designed to block the euphoric effects of the narcotic when it is crushed, snorted,...
In its latest survey, the CDC found that rates for human papillomavirus had increased, but not enough. According to an article published by CBSNews, the CDC report comes from a random phone survey of about 18,000 adolescents, finding that about 57 percent...
According to a study at the University of California, San Diego, dogs experience a form of jealousy similar to that of humans, a New York Times  article reports. While some scientists argue that the jealousy cannot occur in species that lack...
A two in one diabetes drug, created by Danish drug maker Novo Nordisk, has been recommended for approval by the European Union, a Reuters article reports. Clinical trials of the drug, Xultophy, have proven that simultaneous consumption of liraglutide...
Kourosh Parsapour, MD, MBA, co-founder and CEO of PersonalRN (pRN) talks about a new technology designed to help improve patient care and compliance for both physicians and patients. PersonalRN is an application created and customized for doctors, by...
If you take acetaminophen for your back pain, you may as well pop a pair of placebos, an article published by CBS News says. In a new study conducted jointly by Australian researchers and GlaxoSmithKline Australia, 1,600 people with acute lower back pain...
Two components in patient’s blood may help predict the severity of disease in those with amyotrphic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also called Lou Gehrig’s disease, a CBSNews article reports. Since the average survival of ALS patients is only 1-3...