Top articles in medicine in June 2012

Here are my suggestions for some of the top articles in medicine in June 2012:

Fatty acids in formula don't make babies smarter http://goo.gl/FYyVX - Long-Chain Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids http://goo.gl/1WVjY

Electronic health records linked to worse diabetes care compared to old-fashioned paper records (study) http://goo.gl/vm2mR

Being sleepy behind the wheel is almost as bad as drinking and driving (study) http://goo.gl/Ub9hu

Study: Older People Have Special Smell, but It's Not Unpleasant as Stereotype Implies http://goo.gl/7bHfv

If we're going to think of exercise as a therapeutic intervention, like all interventions there will be adverse effects http://goo.gl/unjJS

DrotAA in Septic Shock - graph clearly shows lack of benefit from rh activated protein C, drotrecogin alfa http://goo.gl/bCktn

The Emerging Threat of Untreatable Gonococcal Infection - what to do if allergic to PCN and cephalosporins? NEJM http://goo.gl/fwFq3

Gallup tracks the U.S. Mood daily, only 41% were happy on June 7, 2012 http://goo.gl/Pn0lz

Drowning - free NEJM review of the current concepts, 2012 http://goo.gl/xSqLu

Intensive Enough? Intensive care units (ICUs) began in the 1950s, staffing models continue to be controversial http://goo.gl/2rZNk

Men vs. Women: Whose Offices Are Germier? Study confirms suspicion: Men Are "Greater" Source of Bacteria Than Women http://goo.gl/JkzF5

Residents' Response to Duty-Hour Regulations: 41% reported worsened education - NEJM http://goo.gl/leaC4

The articles were selected from my Twitter and Google Reader streams. Please feel free to send suggestions for articles to clinicalcases@gmail.com and you will receive acknowledgement in the next edition of this publication.

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