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  • Prescribing The Right Anti-Obesity Drug for Every Patient
    Here's an encore of our recent Facebook Live with WebMD's Dr. Bruni Nazario and Dr. Louis Aronne, director of the Comprehensive Weight Control Center at Weill Cornell Medicine and NewYork-Presbyterian. These two endocrinology experts led a discussion on how to best prescribe anti-obesity drugs for your patients. A comprehensive written report accompanies this discussion: http://wb.md/2nLDluO
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  • Iconoclastic Breast Surgeon Laura Esserman Challenges the Status Quo
    In this One-on-One, Eric Topol talks with UCSF breast cancer specialist Laura Esserman about her approach to individualizing patient care at every stage of cancer screening and treatment, which has both made her an iconoclast and occasionally put her at odds with conventional wisdom in the field. Get more content like this on Medscape.com. Join today for free!
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  • Susan Desmond Hellman, MD: All Lives Have Equal Value
    Susan Desmond-Hellmann's remarkable career includes leadership positions in the pharmaceutical industry, academia, and global public health. In this One-on-One interview with Medscape Editor-in-Chief Eric Topol, she talks about the many chapters of her career, focusing on the launch of a "precision public health" movement in her current role as CEO of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. This int...
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  • Adam Gazzaley, MD, PhD: Using Video Games Instead of Drugs for Mental Health
    In this One-on-One, Medscape Editor-in-Chief Eric Topol talks with neuroscientist Adam Gazzaley, MD, PhD, about his pioneering work harnessing the therapeutic potential of video games, which may one day help treat depression, post-traumatic stress disorder, autism, and Alzheimer disease. For more on this and other medical topics join Medscape.com today for free.
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  • Morning Report: Low Back Pain, Visceral Fat, Mammograms
    Dr Arefa Cassoobhoy, medical editor for WebMD/Medscape, highlights important medical news including the new ACP guidelines on low back pain, using waist/hip ratios to predict risk, and the harms of false-positive mammograms. Watch all episodes of The Morning Report on Medscape.com
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  • Morning Report: Psych Meds, Female vs Male Docs, Silent MIs
    In this 3-minute episode, Dr. Arefa Cassobhoy, Medical Editor for WebMD/Medscape highlights some of this week's most important medical news, including long-term use of psych meds, patient outcomes for female vs male physicians, and pain tolerance in silent MI. Watch more episodes on Medscape.com. Join today for free.
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  • HPV TV Ep1: HPV Vaccines - Updates and Clinical Perspective
    Join us for the first episode, as Host Taryn Brill visits Dr Kenneth Alexander to discuss the clinical implications of infection with the various HPV serotypes. You can watch the entire series here: http://bit.ly/2m4TNoE
  • Insulin TV: Managing Postprandial Glucose Excursions
    In the third episode, we meet with Dr Robert R. Henry to discuss management of postprandial excursions in patients on basal insulin whose HbA1c and FPG are controlled. View the entire series here: http://bit.ly/2k7YUor
  • Hyperkalemia TV: A Team Mindset for Optimizing HF Therapy
    In this episode, Dr John Teerlink sits down for an interview with Dr Charles Vega on novel approaches and teamwork needed to optimally manage hyperkalemia. View the entire series here: http://bit.ly/2mxjCMl
  • Insulin TV: Managing PPG Excursions With a Rapid-Acting or Ultra-Rapid-Acting Insulin
    The fourth episode of Insulin TV focuses on the appropriate use of rapid-acting or ultra-rapid-acting insulins for postprandial glucose control. View the entire series here: http://bit.ly/2lhzh0u
  • Hyperkalemia TV: New Approaches to Closing the Gap from the ED to the Patient Home
    Join Drs Vega and Amin as they discuss the challenges and approaches for managing patients with hyperkalemia throughout their care. View the entire series here: http://bit.ly/2lZqUL9
  • When Breath Becomes Air: An Interview With Dr Lucy Kalanithi
    Full transcript here: http://wb.md/2kKXPTO When neurosurgeon Paul Kalanithi passed away at age 37 from metastatic lung cancer on March 9, 2015, he left behind an unfinished manuscript with notes to his wife Lucy about publishing the text. Published posthumously, When Breath Becomes Air immediately became a national bestseller and remained on the New York Times bestseller list for nearly 3 months....
  • Medscape App – Using the Drug Lookup Tool
    Learn how to access and navigate the drug lookup tool on the free Medscape app for quick point-of-care decision making. Use the app to seamlessly search over 8,000 drug monographs and OTCs, review dosages, and identify potential adverse effects. Download the free Medscape app from: App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/medscape/id321367289?mt=8 Google Play: https://play.google.com/sto...
  • Medscape TV Presents: Community Acquired Pneumonia
    Watch the full episode here: http://wb.md/2jZn7Ne It's a common illness and the number one cause of death by infectious disease in the U.S. Community acquired pneumonia is the unsuspected killer. Watch as Medscape TV follows some IRL cases.
  • Medscape TV Presents: Colorectal Cancer in Young People, Part I
    Watch the full episode here: http://wb.md/2jtoiku Colon cancer has traditionally been a young person's disease but over the last decade or so that is changing. This shift was not not on anyone's radar. Watch as Medscape TV examines the causes of CRC in young people with some unespected findings
  • Morning Report: 'Young' CRC, Restless Legs, & e-Cigs
    On this episode of Medscape's Morning Report, Dr. Arefa Cassoobhoy highlights some of this week's most important medical news, including the rise in young adult colorectal cancer, new practice guidelines for restless leg syndrome, and recent warnings about e-cigarettes. Find out more on Medscape.com. Sign up for your free account today.

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