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Top Seven Ways Writing Articles Can Explode Your Business

In today’s highly competitive internet universe, the importance of attracting highly targeted traffic to your website cannot be overemphasized. Routing web traffic to your site can be your only means of survival, especially in the cutthroat wor...
by INTERTOTECH on Oct 31, 2015

Top Seven Ways Writing Articles Can Explode Your Business

In today’s highly competitive internet universe, the importance of attracting highly targeted traffic to your website cannot be overemphasized. Routing web traffic to your site can be your only means of survival, especially in the cutthroat wor...
by INTERTOTECH on Oct 31, 2015

In The Shadow Of Recent Announcement About Diabetes Drug Jardiance Medical Study Results There Lingers Safety Concerns For SGLT-2 Inhibitors

As With Invokana and Farxiga, Jardiance Is Subject Of Several Drug Regulatory Agency Investigations About Ketoacidosis And Other Side Effects (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com) Jardiance is part of the Sodium-Glucose Co-Transporter-2 (SGLT-2...
by Drug Injury Watch on Aug 21, 2015

Medical Journals Should Disclose Conflicts Just Like Their Authors

In every medical journal, authors must disclose all conflict of interests that might exist to the editors of that journal as a condition of publication.  However, as we are increasingly becoming aware, journal editors do not have to disclose payment...
by Dr. Wes on Dec 22, 2014

Prolia And Femur Fractures: Three Recent Case Reports Indicate A Possible Safety Issue For This Relatively New Drug From Amgen

While Prolia Is An Alternative To Bisphosphonates Such As Fosamax, It Has Similar Increased Risk Of Low-Stress Femur Fractures Side Effect (Posted by Tom Lamb at DrugInjuryWatch.com) The association between stress fractures of the femur, or atypical...
by Drug Injury Watch on Aug 12, 2014

JIMA: Largest Medical Journal in Print Closes Shop

The Journal of the Indian Medical Association seems to have ceased publication in March, according to this newspaper article, which caught my attention recently. There was some conflict leading to the March issue not being published. I checked the JI...
by Scepticemia on May 27, 2014

Journals R.I.P.

I cleaned house today: a few years of my favorite print journals were stacked high, soon to enter the recycling bin:   R.I.P., journal clutter.  It's funny.  As a medical student, I cut out articles and carefully sorted them by top...
by Dr. Wes on Jun 21, 2013

Adult Acne Information

A common misconception about acne is that it only afflicts teens and people in the adolescent age group. However the truth is that a large number of adults do suffer Continue Reading →...
by Give Me Cash on May 3, 2013


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