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Discussions of timely topics in clinical medicine, biomedical research, public health, health policy, and more, featured in the Medical News section of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association.

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Discussions of timely topics in clinical medicine, biomedical research, public health, health policy, and more, featured in the Medical News section of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association.

    January 2023 Medical News Summary

    January 2023 Medical News Summary

    Large Cohort Study Finds Possible Association Between Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome and COVID-19 Vaccination but Far Stronger Link With SARS-CoV-2 Infection; From Thought to Text: How an Endovascular Brain-Computer Interface Could Help Patients With Severe Paralysis Communicate

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    Large Cohort Study Finds Possible Association Between Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome and COVID-19 Vaccination but Far Stronger Link With SARS-CoV-2 Infection From Thought to Text: How an Endovascular Brain-Computer Interface Could Help Patients With Severe Paralysis Communicate Swab the Throat as Well as the Nose? The Debate Over the Best Way to Test for SARS-CoV-2 Study: Short Spurts of Vigorous Physical Activity During Daily Life Are Associated With Lower Mortality Ceasefire Declared, but Ethiopian Health Systems Remain in Critical Condition After Civil War

    • 12 min
    December 2022 Medical News Summary

    December 2022 Medical News Summary

    Telemedicine Rollbacks—Why Providing Care Across State Lines Is No Longer as Simple as It Was Early in the Pandemic; Amid Ohio Measles Outbreak, New Global Report Warns of Decreased Vaccination During COVID-19 Pandemic; Will the New CDC Opioid Prescribing Guidelines Help Correct the Course in Pain Care?

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    Amid Ohio Measles Outbreak, New Global Report Warns of Decreased Vaccination During COVID-19 Pandemic Will the New CDC Opioid Prescribing Guidelines Help Correct the Course in Pain Care?

    • 23 min
    November 2022 Medical News Summary

    November 2022 Medical News Summary

    Trying to Predict What the COVID-19 Pandemic Might Look Like This Winter in the US; “This Is Our COVID”—What Physicians Need to Know About the Pediatric RSV Surge; Conflict and Climate Collide to Create an Acute Hunger Crisis for an Unprecedented 345 Million People.

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    How Immune-Evasive Omicron Offspring and a Lack of Mitigation Measures Could Shape a COVID-19 Winter Wave “This Is Our COVID”—What Physicians Need to Know About the Pediatric RSV Surge Conflict and Climate Collide to Create an Acute Hunger Crisis for an Unprecedented 345 Million People Highlights From the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2022—COVID-19’s Ripple Effects, a Triglyceride Disappointment, Gene Editing Advances, and More Highlights From Infectious Disease Week 2022—COVID-19, HIV, Monkeypox, and Polio After the First Pig-to-Human Heart Transplant, Scientists Look to the Future of Cardiac Xenotransplantation Detailed Maternal Mortality Data Suggest More Than 4 in 5 Pregnancy-Related Deaths in US Are Preventable

    • 18 min
    Highlights From the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2022

    Highlights From the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2022

    Medical News Associate Managing Editor Jennifer Abbasi and Conference Chair Manesh Patel, MD, discuss the latest trials and topics from the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions meeting. Patel is the Richard S. Stack Distinguished Professor and chief of cardiology at Duke University School of Medicine.

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    Treatment Time and In-Hospital Mortality Among Patients With ST-Segment Elevation Myocardial Infarction, 2018-2021 After the First Pig-to-Human Heart Transplant, Scientists Look to the Future of Cardiac Xenotransplantation Conflict of Interest Disclosures:
    Dr. Patel has received research grants from AstraZeneca, Bayer, Janssen, Mytonomy and Procyrion, and he currently serves on the Advisory Boards for Bayer, Janssen and Novartis.

    • 19 min
    Highlights From Infectious Disease Week 2022

    Highlights From Infectious Disease Week 2022

    JAMA Medical News Senior Staff Writer Melissa Suran, PhD, MSJ, speaks with Adarsh Bhimraj, MD, about new research and timely topics discussed at Infectious Disease Week (IDWeek) 2022. Dr Bhimraj, who was one of the conference chairs, is also director of Infectious Diseases Fellowship and Education at Houston Methodist Hospital.

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    Highlights From Infectious Disease Week 2022—COVID-19, HIV, Monkeypox, and Polio

    • 15 min
    October 2022 Medical News Summary

    October 2022 Medical News Summary

    Deciding Whether to Continue Using Teratogenic Drugs in States That Have Banned Abortions; Treating Cancer in Pregnant Patients After Roe v Wade Overturned; Dobbs Decision Threatens Full Breadth of Ob-Gyn Training

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    Threats to Evidence-Based Care With Teratogenic Medications in States With Abortion Restrictions Treating Cancer in Pregnant Patients After Roe v Wade Overturned Dobbs Decision Threatens Full Breadth of Ob-Gyn Training

    • 16 min

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