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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...
A post in NPR’s Shots blog reports that Avalanche Biotechnologies and the University of Washington have reached a licensing agreement to develop the first treatment for color blindness. Usually a genetic disorder, the condition affects more than 10...
According to Reuters, a study published in Maternal and Child Nutrition found that mothers who are obese before pregnancy or who gain too much weight while pregnant are more likely to have children who become obese. Aside from the risks directly...
According to CBS News, a report published by the Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services has found that many foster care children are overmedicated with antipsychotic drugs which they may be receiving in the wrong dose, or may...
The LA Times reports a study published in the journal Science which found that the Ebola virus has only undergone minor mutations and is no more dangerous than when the outbreak started. This information comes after earlier reports stated that the...
Martha Murray, MD explains how a new development in anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury treatment can help athletes recover faster and with better results than traditional methods. The new method,...
Acute bacterial skin and skin structure infections (ABSSSI) are common across the US, and can range from mild to life-threatening in their severity. This CME program addresses the the current guidelines for optimal diagnosis and management of ABSSSI, as...
According to CBS News, a study published in the BMJ suggests that while air pollution takes a toll on physical health, it may also affect mental wellbeing. Out of 70,000 female study subjects, those who lived in highly polluted areas were found more...
CBS News reports on a new innovative device approved by the FDA that successfully lowers stroke risk in atrial fibrillation patients who are at five times greater risk for stroke and are more likely to have a stroke that causes permanent neurological...
According to Reuters, a study published in Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise found that people with Type 2 diabetes can improve metabolic health by simply replacing long sedentary periods with periodic standing, taking the stairs or changing the...