Diets for health (1:40), generic drugs (4:00), hyperhidrosis (5:50), asthma (10:30), pulmonary embolism (12:40), biomarkers for Alzheimer disease (16:00), and oncologic emergencies (17:40).
General parenting strategies (1:40), adults with developmental disabilities (5:50), colorectal cancer screening and prevention (9:50), infectious diarrhea (15:50), maternal obesity and labor induction (21:10), and implantable buprenorphine (22:20).
Croup (2:30), altitude sickness (5:20), fall prevention (8:10), animal bites (10:20), the top 20 POEMs of the year (13:10), gender dysphoria (17:40), and genetic risk testing (20:00).
Common running injuries (2:50), the female athlete triad (10:00), antibiotic prophylaxis for COPD exacerbations (12:00), poststreptococcal illness (14:30), and osteoarthritis (20:50). Please complete our 3 minute listener survey at www.aafp.org/afppodcastsurvey.
Cervical cancer screening (1:50), Choosing Wisely (5:50), rheumatoid arthritis (7:30), pneumococcal vaccine (11:40), antipsychotics for Alzheimer disease (13:00), and syncope (14:40).
Stable coronary artery disease (1:40), evaluation of suspected dementia (6:50), screening for thyroid cancer (12:20), and a review of the ACC/AHA hypertension guideline (14:30).
Vaginitis (1:40), labor evaluation (5:30), opioid use disorder (7:30), extremity pain (12:00), osteoporosis (14:00), and pacifier use (16:00).
Acute migraine treatment (1:40), diabetes education (6:40), vitamin D (7:40), light therapy for cognitive impairment (12:40), urinary tract infection in kids (14:00), and oxygen for myocardial infarction (16:50).
Interview with outgoing editor of American Family Physician Jay Siwek, MD, and incoming editor-in-chief Sumi Makkar Sexton, MD. Topics include the past and future of American Family Physician, the leading primary care journal in the United States. We also hear from Dr. Sexton on what inspired her to a career in family medicine and in editing, her work as a leader in her medical practice, her experience as a soccer mom, and her surprising talent. You can read more from Drs. Sexton and Siwek about the transition in their editorials in the January 15th and February 1st issues of American Family Physician.
Tremor (1:30), corticosteroids for plantar heel pain (3:50), hemorrhoids (5:30), clostridium difficile (8:00), skin-to-skin contact in newborns (12:10), and anterior cruciate ligament injury prevention (14:00).
Heel pain (1:10), a hypertension guideline (5:10), H. pylori infection (6:40), preeclampsia screening (8:40), colorectal cancer screening (10:20), and our favorite Tweets (13:50).
Pityriasis rosea (1:10), young febrile infants (4:10), stents (8:00), ear pain (10:30), female genital mutilation or cutting (12:50), insulin in patients with type 2 diabetes (15:10), moisturizers and eczema (20:20), and our highlights of 2017 (22:10).