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Long-term use of mobile phones linked to glioma risk in study

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 17, 2014

A study reported in Pathophysiology found long-term use of a mobile or cordless phone was associated with three times the risk of glioma, the most common type of brain tumor. Risk was also elevated among those who were younger than 20 years old when they first started using a mobile or cordless phone. Study author Lennart Hardell recommends precautions such using the speaker phone feature. Medscape (free registration) (11/13)


Children and acetaminophen

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 19, 2014

Oxygen therapy as part of heart attack treatment may cause harm

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 20, 2014

Cholesterol combo may offer protection against heart attack, stroke

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 18, 2014

Sierra Leone physician with Ebola dies in U.S. hospital

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 18, 2014

New AANP member benefit -- ACP Smart Medicine

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 17, 2014

Online tool assesses cardiovascular disease risk

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 19, 2014

Clinical Implications of New Cholesterol Guidelines

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 21, 2014

New AANP member benefit -- ACP Smart Medicine

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 21, 2014

USPSTF cites lack of evidence on accuracy, efficacy of early speech screening

AANP SmartBrief | Nov 20, 2014


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