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Paradigm Shift in Type 2 Diabetes with Empagliflozin

It was few months ago when I complained in another post about the fact that empagliflozin (Jardiance®) was the only SGLT inhibitor that has demonstrated some cardiovascular benefits but was not covered by our provincial drug plan. 855 more words

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Williams Textbook of Endocrinology.

Shlomo Melmed -et al-

13th ed.

Copyright: 2016

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WK 100 W727 2016

Endocrinology

James W. Reed, MD, MACP, FACE, FASH

Occupation: internist, educator, endocrinologist
Born: Pahokee, Florida, November 1, 1935
Education:
BS summa cum laude, West Virginia State College, Institute, 1954
MD, Howard University, Washington, DC, 1963… 1,126 more words

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Good blood microcirculation linked to longevity

Human longevity has been previously linked by researchers to genetic factors, calorie restriction, and certain life-style factors such as physical activity or the Mediterranean diet. Now, Italian researchers from La Sapienza University in Rome have identified an additional factor, which significantly contributes to a longer life. 1,209 more words

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Ear infections could be cured with antibiotic gel

Ear infections in children are common, uncomfortable, and require strong doses of antibiotics. Researchers at Boston Children’s Hospital are designing an antibiotic gel that can be squirted directly into the ear canal to treat ear infections in just one treatment. 582 more words

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James W. Reed, M.D., MACP, FACE, FASH

Title: Associate Chair of Research, Professor
Company: Moorhouse School of Medicine
Location:  Atlanta, GA United States
Distinguished Member

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