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NIH primary supporter of systematic reviews behind USPSTF recommendations

NIH primary supporter of systematic reviews behind USPSTF recommendations
May 24, 2018
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Anabolic agents, sequential monotherapy ideal for high-risk patients with osteoporosis

May 24, 2018
DESTIN, Fla. — Among previously untreated patients with osteoporosis who are at high risk for fracture, proactive therapy with anabolic agents, followed by…
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EndoBarrier improves glycemic control in patients with diabetes, obesity

May 24, 2018
EndoBarrier, and endoscopic device that mimics the small bowel mechanisms of Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, improved glycemic control and insulin resistance in patients with…
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Anxiety levels may predict fracture risk in postmenopausal women

May 24, 2018
Among postmenopausal women with osteoporosis, higher anxiety levels increased risk for bone fracture, according to findings published in Menopause. “Previous…
In the Journals Plus

Early pregnancy obesity, overweight linked to neurodevelopmental delay in offspring

May 24, 2018
Children born to women with overweight or obesity during the early stages of pregnancy have a greater risk for neurodevelopmental delays than those born to women with…
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ABIM MOC CME

Ace the Case: A 39-Year-Old Man with Progressive Weight Gain

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This “Ace the Case” activity will use a case study to discuss obesity management in a patient with progressive weight…
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In homeless population, initiative breaks down barriers to diabetes care

May 19, 2018
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American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists Annual Meeting

American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists Annual Meeting

CME ABIM MOC

Ace the Case: A 57-Year-Old Woman who has Gained and Lost Weight

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This “Ace the Case” study will discuss the discuss the management of obesity in a 57-year old woman. Accurately assess…
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