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March 18, 2008

Top 10 Most Read Articles by Family Practitioners:
  1. ADVANCE Does Not Confirm ACCORD Results
The ADVANCE study has not shown an increase in mortality with intensive glucose reduction vs standard treatment, the data safety and monitoring board has revealed.
  2. Intensive-Glycemic-Control Arm of ACCORD Stopped
  3. Red and Swollen Eye in a 61-Year-Old Man  CME
  4. Pediatric Deaths From Influenza/MRSA Coinfection Spark CDC Advisory
  5. Fleshy Lesions on a 32-Year-Old Woman  CME
  6. Fat Reduction by Topical Waist Applications May Actually Work
  7. American College of Preventive Medicine Does Not Recommend Prostate Cancer Screening With DRE, PSA  CME/CE
  8. Two Hamburgers, an Order of Fries, and the Metabolic Syndrome to Go, Please!  CME
  9. Comparative Effectiveness of Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors (ACEIs) and Angiotensin II Receptor Antagonists (ARBs) for Treating Essential Hypertension: AHRQ Executive Summary  CME/CE
10. Acute Onset of Abdominal Pain in a 76-Year-Old Man  CME

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 18, 2008 6:02 pm

    Nice list. I’ll have a look at them for sure. I’m very interested in Family medicine!

    Don’t worry, you will be accepted at the blogger code (If I was, you will!).

    Regarding the new LOGO,
    Its amazingly diverse, there are so many options but you’ll have to spend sometime till you find what you want. Its 100% free (as long as you don’t click on any Adsense Ads !! lol)

  2. March 25, 2008 1:32 pm

    I like family medicine too. Hope to get into a good program next year.

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