Bone and Mineral Disorders Perspective

 
 
  • Outpatient Strategies for COVID-19 Therapy Get up to speed on a variety of outpatient options for COVID-19 symptom mitigation and disease management that have good safety profiles, biological plausibility, and/or preliminary evidence.
  • The Remarkable Value of Thinking Broadly: A COVID-19 Trifecta   Social scientist and technology expert Zeynep Tufekci has been prescient about COVID-19 transmission. Eric Topol talks with her about how she does it and why such approaches make the difference.
  • Vitamin D for COVID? We've Been Burned Before   What, if any, is the link between COVID-19 and vitamin D? Dr F. Perry Wilson digs into the data.
  • Famous Patients: From Goethe to Beethoven Did you know about the physical and mental ailments of these famous artists?
  • Oct 2 2020 This Week in Cardiology   Scientific trust, publishing incentives, and the EXCEL trial, Vitamin D and COVID, and time-restricted eating are discussed by John Mandrola, MD, in this week’s podcast.
  • ASBMR 2020 Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from ASBMR 2020
  • COVID-19 in People with Arthritis Dr Fotini Soliotis, consultant rheumatologist at Poole Hospital in Dorset, talks us through how COVID-19 affects arthritis patients and their treatments.
  • A 38-Year-Old Man With Back and Side Pain: USMLE Question A 38-year-old man presents with pulsatile right-sided back and side pain that has been radiating to his groin. What's the most likely cause?
  • 5 Best of 2019: Most-Read Pediatrics Viewpoints Dr William Basco begins 2020 by reviewing the most widely read and commented upon Viewpoint columns on Medscape Pediatrics in 2019.
  • Customizing Care to Enhance Fracture Healing Dr William Ricci suggests ways to maximize healing and minimize complications in people with simple and comminuted fractures.
  • Renal Cell Carcinoma: 5 Things to Know What you need to know about the latest data on treating this common cancer.
  • ASBMR 2019 Read clinically focused news coverage of key developments from ASBMR 2019
  • Is It Time to Give Up on Vitamin D Supplementation in Infancy? Yet another study casts doubts about the benefit of vitamin D supplementation -- even at high doses -- in infancy. Is it time to move on?
  • Paget Disease: Osmosis Video   Paget disease involves an excessive amount of bone resorption and haphazard bone growth. Refresh your knowledge with this illustrated overview of the condition.
  • Surgery for Persistent Symptoms in Hashimoto's Thyroiditis? A recent study compared thyroidectomy with medical management for persistent symptoms of Hashimoto's thyroiditis. But is surgery really the answer?
  • Vitamins and Supplements Are a Waste of Money   The fact that nutrient deficiencies cause harm doesn't mean that extra intake of vitamins translates to extra benefits.
  • Top News From ADA 2019: Slideshow Highlights include highly anticipated cardiovascular outcomes with dulaglutide, linagliptin, dapagliflozin, and oral semaglutide, and new cardiorenal data for canagliflozin.
  • Vitamin D and Diabetes: What We Learned From the D2d Trial   The D2d trial showed that vitamin D supplementation does not prevent type 2 diabetes in those at risk. Drs Pittas and Shubrook discuss what else we can learn from this trial.
  • Will Eating These Nutrients Lower Mortality?   Two nutrients that had no effect on mortality via supplementation were shown to be protective when taken in the form of food. But is it really about the nutrients?
  • Unforeseen Risks in Osteoporosis: Intervening Measures   A Colorado bone specialist discusses strategies for managing osteoporosis with new agents, as well as lifestyle and dietary modifications.