Some Medical Students Break Confidentiality of Patients on Facebook and YouTube http://bit.ly/ruSya -- 60% of medical schools reported incidents of students’ posting unprofessional content online http://bit.ly/1oHJ3 -- Medical schools report unprofessional online postings by students, but still don't not have adequate policy in place http://bit.ly/10fsIu
Apparently healthy people with normal or even low cholesterol might benefit from taking a statin if their CRP is high http://bit.ly/niu8k
Mediterranean diet is heart healthy, but expensive, maybe even prohibitively so http://bit.ly/1e6j8B
Tired, and Stressed, Doctors Make More Mistakes, Study Finds http://bit.ly/TvV4I -- Among internal medicine residents, fatigue and distress are associated with self-perceived medical errors. http://bit.ly/11WhJ9
2 new blood tests (SYNE1 and FOXE1) may help to make the diagnosis of colon and other GI cancers simpler http://bit.ly/Lf7Ip
The Number of New Twitter Hospital Accounts Reaches a Flat Line http://bit.ly/1ayn1N - Not unexpected.
"Hand Washing 10 Times a Day May Help Keep Flu Away" http://bit.ly/11ka8W
"7 ways to fewer wrinkles" http://bit.ly/GiFaJ
F.D.A. Bans Sale of Flavored Cigarettes but Consumers Switch to Flavored Cigars http://bit.ly/119nbi
Camel logo is back advertising Camel Snus, a tobacco packet that wedges in the upper lip http://bit.ly/8MZJT - R. J. Reynolds is test-marketing “dissolvables” Camel Orbs, finely ground tobacco in small mint pellets like Tic Tacs. Snus has been used in Sweden since the early 1800s, 19% of Swedish men (and only 4% of women) use snus. Smoking for men in Sweden is among the lowest in Europe, 12%, compared to France 30%, Germany 37% and Greece 47% http://bit.ly/7cNqQ
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