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2007 - 9 (4)

  • Medscape General Medicine: April 9, 1999-December 31, 2007. This epilogue is not an epitaph. 
  • Making payment reform in the US healthcare system possible. 
  • Improved mood and remission of symptoms in long-term major depression using vagus nerve stimulation. 
  • A conversation about sudden unexpected death (SUDA) in "healthy" adults, adults with known heart disease, athletes, adolescents, and infants (SIDS). Interview by George D. Lundberg. 
  • Autism spectrum disorder, Klinefelter syndrome, and chromosome 3p21.31 duplication: a case report. 
  • We physicians preach what we practice, and that matters. 
  • Going lean in the emergency department: a strategy for addressing emergency department overcrowding. 
  • Part 2: A reader responds to "Ethics and evidence-based medicine: is there a conflict?". 
  • Hypertension: what it is; what it isn't; how to think about it, to prevent it, and to manage it. Interview by George D. Lundberg. 
  • A reader responds to "Tuberculosis and HIV-needed: a new paradigm for the control and management of linked epidemics". 
  • New measurements such as the coronary calcium score can determine risk for heart attack. 
  • A reader and author respond to "Getting control of health costs - for real". 
  • Sudden death in competitive athletes. 
  • A reader and author respond to "should doctors force-feed prisoners?". 
  • Based upon the results of the COURAGE clinical trial, what is the best treatment for stable angina? Interview by George D. Lundberg. 
  • Lifestyle discussions during doctor-older patient interactions: the role of time in the medical encounter. 
  • Human growth hormone: a Paul Bunyan drug or a drug for Paul's bunion. 
  • How do we involve patients in their own healthcare decisions? 
  • Part 2: Readers' and author's responses to "We all need healthcare; who needs 'insurance"? 
  • A rare ovarian tumor - Sertoli-Leydig cell tumor with heterologous element. 
  • The problem with ADAGE (A1c-derived average glucose equivalent). 
  • Good primary care is obesity medicine. 
  • Characteristics of patients prescribed angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, angiotensin receptor blockers, or the combination at an urban medical center. 
  • Be prepared to use the hot mic to counter pandemics. 
  • A reader and author respond to "Who killed healthcare?". 
  • A reader responds to "By financial disclosures, we're fixing the wrong problem". 
  • Risk for second nonlymphoid neoplasms in chronic lymphocytic leukemia. 
  • The role of TGF-beta-1 protein and TGF-beta-R-1 receptor in immune escape mechanism in bladder cancer. 
  • Medical tourism: globalization of the healthcare marketplace. 
  • Antimicrobial use in hospitals: managing a medical treasure. 
  • Comparing healthcare systems: outcomes, ethical principles, and social values. 
  • Science and sensibility: an interview with Professor Rolf M. Zinkernagel, Nobel Prize Winner for Medicine 1996. Interview by Hrishikesh Satish Kulkarni and Ajit H. Goenka. 
  • Reforms for rating media: disclosure, not censorship. 
  • Integrative medicine: sorting fact from fiction. 
  • Should diabetes healthcare abandon its gold standard? 
  • Dr. Barry Sample of Quest Diagnostics discusses with Medscape Editor Dr. George Lundberg trends of illicit drug use by American workers in 2007 as shown by workplace drug testing: cocaine use is down. Interview by George D. Lundberg. 
  • The safety of oseltamivir in patients with influenza: analysis of healthcare claims data from six influenza seasons. 
  • Healthcare in America: getting better but still not good enough. 
  • Readers' and author's responses to "Evidence-based standards should apply to dietary supplements, too". 
  • A reader responds to "Ethics and evidence-based medicine: is there a conflict?". 
  • Tantalus, restraint theory, and the low-sacrifice diet: the art of reverse abstraction: 10th International Congress on Obesity; September 4, 2006; Sydney,Australia - Symposium: obesity management: adding art to the science, invited presentation. 
  • Poverty reduction and Millennium Development Goals: recognizing population, health, and environment linkages in rural Madagascar. 
  • Family planning: a cornerstone for public health and sustainable development. 
  • From Marcus Welby to Grey's anatomy: the next generation. 
  • Readers' and author's responses to "The disappearing patient". 
  • Readers' and author's responses to "We all need healthcare; who needs 'insurance'?". 
  • A reader and author respond to "The training of the "helpless" physician". 
  • Eradicating polio: the dollars and sense. 
  • Connecting America's communities requires social capital and changes in how we pay for healthcare. 
  • What are adolescents showing the world about their health risk behaviors on MySpace? 
  • Poor efficacy and tolerability of stavudine, didanosine, and efavirenz-based regimen in treatment-naive patients in Senegal. 
  • A reader and author respond to "Who best cares for the postmenopausal woman's comprehensive medical and health needs?". 
  • A 15-year-old boy presented to Kijabe mission hospital with a cough and progressive dyspnea. 
  • An Internet-based symptom questionnaire that is reliable, valid, and available to psychiatrists, neurologists, and psychologists. 
  • Beating obesity is not mission impossible. 
  • Readers' and author's responses to "We all need healthcare; who needs 'insurance'?". 
  • Readers' and author's responses to "We all need healthcare; who needs 'insurance'?". 
  • Readers' and author's responses to "We all need healthcare; who needs 'insurance'?". 
  • Readers' and author's responses to "We all need healthcare; who needs 'insurance'?". 
  • Readers' and author's responses to "We all need healthcare; who needs 'insurance'?". 
  • Readers' and author's responses to "The disappearing patient". 
  • Readers' and author's responses to "The disappearing patient". 
  • Readers' and author's responses to "Evidence-based standards should apply to dietary supplements, too". 
  • Readers' and author's responses to "Evidence-based standards should apply to dietary supplements, too". 
  • Readers' and author's responses to "Evidence-based standards should apply to dietary supplements, too". 
  • Part 2: Readers' and author's responses to "We all need healthcare; who needs 'insurance"?