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DOACs in Obese Patients Show Similar VTE Recurrence Rates to Non-Obese Patients

August 07, 2020

Article

The study paves the way for prospective multi-institutional randomized control trials to further re-enforce the safe use of direct oral anticoagulants in patients with obesity.

Tezepelumab Helps Reduce Severe Asthma Exacerbations

August 07, 2020

Article

In a study presented at ATS 2020, investigators test 3 different dosing regimens of tezepelumab in asthma patients with both high and low levels of IL-5 and IL-13.

Racial Disparity in COVID-19 Severity

August 07, 2020

Article

An analysis of chest X-rays suggests people of color are more likely to have increased disease severity.

The 4 Mistakes Made by the US in COVID-19 Response

August 07, 2020

Article

A famed virologist weighs in on the country's earliest shortcomings—and how they can still be resolved today.

FDA Approves Opioid Agonist Oliceridine

August 07, 2020

Article

The indication limits the new opioid to clinical setting use—no take-home prescriptions.

Nirsevimab Shows Promise in Preventing RSV Infections in Preterm-Born Infants

August 06, 2020

Article

A one-time intramuscular dose of the investigative drug was linked to reduced medical attention and hospitalizations related to RSV.

COVID-19 Exposes Geriatric Telemedicine Unreadiness

August 06, 2020

Article

A new study has great implications for equitable access to primary care for older adults during the pandemic.

Dementia-Related Psychosis a Burden for Both Patients and Caretakers

August 06, 2020

Article

In a pair of studies, 42% of patients and care partners reported having no current treatment.

George Everly, PhD: The Mental Health Burdens of COVID-19

August 06, 2020

Podcast

A leading psychiatric expert discusses some of the pitfalls people face due to the ongoing pandemic.

Emotional Memory Reactivation Prior to Electroconvulsive Therapy not Effective for Depression Patients

August 06, 2020

Article

Approximately half of depression patients do not sufficiently benefit after treated with electroconvulsive therapy, leading to high rates of relapses.

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