"What Used to be Fraud is Now Alternative Medicine": Doc-to-Doc with Steve Novella, MD by F. Perry Wilson

Dr. Steven Novella is a faculty member in the Yale School of Medicine and host of the wildly popular podcast "Skeptic's Guide to the Universe". I got to sit down with him to talk about science-based medicine, snake oil, and dealing with patients' occasionally strange beliefs.

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Paying Patients for HIV Control by F. Perry Wilson

A study appearing in JAMA Internal Medicine found that paying patients with HIV to keep their viral load under control modestly, but significantly, improved that control. But physicians often have issues with financial incentive programs... 

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Fraud in Medical Research: Understanding the Carlisle Approach by F. Perry Wilson

A "bombshell" paper appearing in the journal Anesthaesia uses a simple statistical test to suggest that a significant proportion of medical studies - some from our most prestigious journals - may be fabrications. But the story is not a clear cut as it seems. For the video version, click here.

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The Link Between Persistent Pain and the Development of Dementia by F. Perry Wilson

A study appearing in JAMA Internal Medicine links persistent pain with progressive cognitive decline and dementia. But the mechanism is quite unclear. There are actually a few possibilities. For the video version, click here.

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Dads Want Their Daughters to be Happy. Their Sons? Not So Much. by F. Perry Wilson

A study appearing in the journal Behavioral Neuroscience found significant differences in the ways that dad treat their daughters compared to their sons. And some of that difference can be seen on MRI.

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"Nothing Short of Transforming Care": How Telehealth Works with Dr. Eric Wallace by F. Perry Wilson

Eric Wallace, MD is an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Alabama, Birmingham and director of their telehealth program.  I sat down with him to discuss how to make telehealth efficient,, whether patients enjoy the experience, and - importantly - if it can be profitable. 

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