February 1, 2017
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Orthostatic Changes in BP Among Hypertensives
Because patients may not always be forthcoming about symptoms referable to orthostatic hypotension, more routine measurement of orthostatic blood pressure changes in hypertensive patients may help identify those at risk.
Atopic Dermatitis Associated with Smoking
Of particular concern, smoking in the home was associated with atopic dermatitis in passively exposed children.
An Action Plan for Eczema
Action plans for eczema are a fairly new concept.
Prophylaxis of Genital Herpes Recurrences with Antivirals
In the absence of head-to-head clinical trials, no substantial differences in efficacy or tolerability among the three potential treatments has been demonstrated.
Atrial Fibrillation Still a Mortal Disorder
Researchers propose paying greater attention to prevention, identification, and management of heart failure.
Identifying Risk for Macrovascular Events in Diabetes Patients
The simple clinical maneuver of peripheral pulse palpation can help clinicians identify a subgroup of type 2 diabetes patients who are at measurably increased risk.