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  • Antibiotics, Antidepressants Dominate New FDA Watch ListPresence on list does not mean a drug has been linked to a risk, only that new safety information is available or potential risk has been identified and further review will be or has been completed.
  • Doctors Underdiagnosing Flu Among Older PatientsPatients over age 65 who are hospitalized for influenza-like illness were less likely to receive diagnostic tests from providers than were younger patients, a new study found.
  • Propranolol May Fill 'Dire' Treatment Need for PTSDPatients with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) who actively recalled their traumatic event under the influence of propranolol showed a substantial decrease in symptom ratings.
  • More Evidence Links Gum Disease to Stroke RiskA new study shows a relationship between severity of gum disease and increasing future stroke risk, and conversely that regular dental care was linked to a lower stroke risk.
 

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