A CME Journal for GPs and MD Physicians

Vol 3 No 11, February 2013

FEATURE

The Dizzy Patient: How You Can Help

CIS CME
Quick Case Work-Up

A Case of Partialty Responding Diarrhea

PULMONARY PITFALLS
Challenges in Respiratory Medicine

The Case of the Coughing Obstetrician

CIS CME PURLs
Peer Reviewed Priority Updates From The Research Literature

Is Your Patient Still Using Rosiglitazone?

LET'S US TALK TB
A Series on Tubreculosis, A disease That Affects Over 2 Million Indians Every Year

Diagnosis of Pulmonary Tuberculosis: What Every Gp Should Know

CIS CME CLINICAL INQUIRIES
Peer Reviewed Evidance-Based Answers

Ureteral Calculi: What Should You Consider Before Intervening?

NEWS YOU CAN USE
Clinically Useful Information From The Research Around The World

Fasting Before Cholesterol Test may Be Unnecessary

Vitamin D Will Not Prevent Colds in Healthy Adults

ACAAI: Heavily Worn Cell Phones Could be an Allergy Risk

Grapefruit Causes More Drug Reactions Than Reviously Thought

Antidepressants Decrease Seizure Frequency in Epilepsy

TOP PAPERS OF THE MONTH
Articles You Don't Want To Miss

Who May Be a “super Bug”? Don’t Let the Bedbugs Bite!

PRIMARY CARE UPDATE
Brief Summaries for Clinical Practice

A Guide to Preventing Glucocorticoid-induced Osteoporosis

CASE IN POINT
An Intriguing Diagnosis

Bruising in a Teenage Girl: A Manifestation of Dermatitis Artefacta

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