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EM Nerd: Unclog the "Clogged Pipes" Model (CME/CE)
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PodMed: A Medical News Roundup From Johns Hopkins (with audio)
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Tweaks Still Needed in P4P Programs
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D.C. Week: Of Travel Bans and Chantix
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FDA Okays Third Abuse-Deterrent Opioid
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Frozen Poop Pills? That's Improbable!
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Intolerance of Error, Culture of Blame Drive 'Medical Excess' (CME/CE)
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Ebola: Obama Names 'Czar'
(MedPage Today) -- Ebola coordinator is former chief of staff for two VPs. Read more

Office-Based PCPs Talk Ebola Preparedness
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Friday Feedback: Ebola Weak Links and Lessons
(MedPage Today) -- Dallas hiccups help rest of U.S. healthcare prepare better. Read more

This Week: Dallas Hospital on Defensive
(MedPage Today) -- The hospital treating the first U.S. Ebola cases accepts blame. Read more

Ebola: Politicos Mull Travel Restrictions; Docs Say No
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Ebola: Do the Dogs Have It?
(MedPage Today) -- Worries outrun the limited science. Read more

Tweet of the Week: The Eruption of Ebola Hysteria
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FDA Panel to Consider New Psoriasis Tx
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CardioBuzz: Dueling Guidelines
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Reporting Bias: No Love for Real Low-Carb Research
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BP Control Poor in Psoriasis Patients
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ACG: From HCV to the Microbiome
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Antifungal Proves Mettle in Invasive Mold Disease (CME/CE)
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Oritavancin Shows Similar Safety as Vancomycin (CME/CE)
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In-Person Networking Ups HIV Test Rates (CME/CE)
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Prevnar 13 Slashes U.S. Pneumococcus Rates (CME/CE)
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Prevnar-13 Halts Pneumonia in Seniors (CME/CE)
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MMR Vax Proves Safe Over Time in U.S. Adults
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ID System Reduces NICU Errors (CME/CE)
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