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By Davy James, Associate Editor
National Institutes of Health and GlaxoSmithKline will conduct safety evaluations on collaborative treatment in human subjects starting this week.
By Eileen Oldfield, Associate Editor
New anti-superbug gel can penetrate the protective coating that makes certain bacteria resistant to traditional therapies.
By Rachel Lutz
Adolescents exposed to gestational diabetes in utero have a higher risk of developing impaired glucose tolerance.
By Davy James, Associate Editor
Researchers seek to get ahead of potential future Ebola outbreaks.
By Rachel Lutz
Self-monitoring is an effective method for hypertensive patients who are at risk for cardiovascular comorbidity.
By Davy James, Associate Editor
TIM-family proteins may be able to block a wide range of viral infections.
By Eileen Oldfield, Associate Editor
Autism risk shown not to increase in children exposed to antidepressants in utero when researchers accounted for depression severity.
By Davy James, Associate Editor
Experimental drug results in 100% recovery in primates up to 5 days following infection.
By Eileen Oldfield, Associate Editor
Providing prescriptions when patients are discharged from the hospital after a stroke improves medication adherence, the results of a study suggest.
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A major demonstration project designed to gauge the effectiveness of bundled payments exposed the complications of implementing such a system. Officials say the 3-year study fizzled after participation waned and the number of applicable cases proved too few to be statistically relevant.
The newest final rule for the Medicare and Medicaid EHR Incentive Programs provides more flexibility in how healthcare providers use certified electronic health record technology to meet meaningful use for an incentive reporting period in 2014.