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Last fall, a multi-state outbreak of fungal meningitis occurred after contaminated steroid injections were given to patients to treat back pain and other neuropathic symptoms. These contaminated injections also produced spinal infections at the injection site. A new study examined whether a screening MRI...
Prescribing antibiotics for children is very common. About 75 percent of these medications are given to treat acute respiratory tract infections or A-R-T-I's. A new study evaluated whether pediatricians who were updated about current prescribing guidelines and given feedback about the prescriptions they...
Type 2 diabetes is a recognized epidemic both in the United States and around the world. A new study examines whether bariatric surgery in addition to lifestyle changes and medications can help control this disease in moderately obese patients. Catherine Dolf has more in this week's JAMA Report. Source:...