Top articles in medicine in April 2012 (part 3)

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

Botulinum Toxin for Prophylaxis of Migraine and Tension Headaches: not so great - JAMA

Varicocele Is Associated with Erectile Dysfunction: 3.3% of ED patients have it vs. 1.2% of controls

Evaluation of nail abnormalities: subungual melanomas, account for 50% of melanomas in persons with dark skin

Sunscreens & Vitamin D: the overwhelming majority of dermatologists recommend to get your vitamin D from food, not from the sun

Heat waves that last for more than a week can be deadly, particularly for the elderly. For every 1 degree C increase in summer temperature, death risk of the elderly with chronic conditions rises 3-4%

Personal vs. Professional: How Doctors Manage Their Social Media Profiles - University of Chicago Medicine blog

45% of women overestimate the effectiveness of the Pill and condoms for pregnancy prevention (study)

FDA approves fast-acting Viagra rival: Avanafil (Stendra) starts working in 15 min, the fastest of the 4 ED drugs

More than 40% of people in the U.S. live in counties with unsafe levels of air pollutants

20% of Americans have gone out on a date with someone they met online. New to Online Dating: Here are 11 Tips

Most Peaceful, Least Peaceful U.S. States - For 11th year in a row, Maine is the most peaceful state in America

Damage control on physician-rating websites - "We've all got a megaphone now," says CEO of physician-rating site

7 steps to responding to angry patients - "RAPSAND" acronym builds "emotional muscle" in staff members

The articles were selected from my Twitter and Google Reader streams.

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