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Tuesday 20th November 2018

Ordering, Interpreting Lab Tests Correctly Still a Big Challenge

(MedPage Today) -- Hospital diagnostic management teams are working to help docs get it right

1.2 Million Children and Teens Have Peanut Allergies

(MedPage Today) -- Two studies estimate current PA prevalence to be 2.2%

Pelzman's Picks: Burnout and Medical Errors

(MedPage Today) -- Also, analysis shows hospital mergers increase costs for patients

Repost: Gun Violence as a Public Health Issue

(MedPage Today) -- 'If it isn't a health problem, then why are all these people dying from it?'

Gunman Kills Chicago Emergency Physician, Two Others

(MedPage Today) -- Hospital shooting occurs 2 weeks after NRA tells physicians to "stay in their lane"

Doctors React to Latest Hospital Shooting

(MedPage Today) -- Gunman kills Chicago emergency physician, two others

EpiPens Still Work After Freezing

(MedPage Today) -- Devices still fired after being frozen for 24 hours in study

Questions on CV Risk Persist in Lupus

(MedPage Today) -- Risk of cardiovascular events was sevenfold higher than expected

First Drug Approved for HLH

(MedPage Today) -- Emapalumab OK'd for primary hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis

Air Pollution and Autism; Havana Syndrome Mystery; Missing Naloxone

(MedPage Today) -- News and commentary from the world of neurology and neuroscience

Poisonous Public Housing; VA's Nursing Home Woes; Illegal Medical Detention

(MedPage Today) -- The past week in healthcare investigations

'Pretty Much a Failure'

(MedPage Today) -- HUD inspectors pass apartments filled with rats, roaches, and toxic mold

Morning Break: Chicago Hospital Workers Killed; Bingeing in the Cold; 'Even the Cleaning Lady'

(MedPage Today) -- Health news and commentary from around the Web gathered by the MedPage Today staff

Monday 19th November 2018

Subjective Stressors Affect Nurses’ Performance: HealthLeaders Media

(MedPage Today) -- Also, AMA offers guidance on "digital strategies" for docs' practices

Study: Adult-Onset Food Allergy Fairly Common

(MedPage Today) -- Almost half of over 40,000 U.S. adults reported allergy development after age 18

Trauma May Up Risk for Menopause Symptoms in Older Women

(MedPage Today) -- Study argues for awareness of prevalence of traumatic histories in this population

FDA OKs Heart Disease Prevention Claim for High Oleic Acid Oils

(MedPage Today) -- Olive oil and certain other vegetable, seed oils get qualified health claim

Ask About Weight History to Learn More About Mortality Risk

(MedPage Today) -- Link seen between max BMI over decades of weight history and subsequent all-cause mortality

Newest CoreValve THVs Generally Perform Well, Save One Issue

(MedPage Today) -- Evolut PRO suffers from numerically higher pacemaker rate

Dementia Linked to Death in Most Older Adults with Down Syndrome

(MedPage Today) -- Late-onset epilepsy, APOE status raised mortality risk substantially

Frail Elderly AMI Patients More Likely to Have Major Bleeds

(MedPage Today) -- Registry shows independent association among catheterized patients

Biologic Add-on Improved Allergic Asthma Outcomes

(MedPage Today) -- Dupilumab showed efficacy in post-hoc analysis

DAAs Best for Cutting CVD Risk in HCV

(MedPage Today) -- Older treatments and sustained virological responses also tied to lower CVD risk

Smartphone STEMI Detection; Sapien 3 Ultra; Novel BP Drug

(MedPage Today) -- Recent developments of interest in cardiovascular medicine

Make the Diagnosis: More than Skin Deep

(MedPage Today) -- A 22-year-old woman went to the doctor with concerns about frequent nosebleeds. She also noticed some bright red macules and spider veins had appeared on her lips and tongue. If she pressed on them, they briefly disappeared. Can you diagnose the patient?

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