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Research on COVID-19 vaccines' duration, reactions, prioritization

Antibodies persisted six months after vaccination, and a graded dosing protocol allowed patients with reactions to a first shot to get a second. Surveyed Americans wanted to prioritize front-line workers and those with chronic conditions for vaccination, and a columnist finds reasons for hope.

More than 4 in 10 older adults have used online physician rating websites, survey finds

When asked to identify factors that were very important in selecting a physician, more U.S. adults ages 50 to 80 years chose online ratings or reviews than where the physician trained or attended medical school.

MKSAP Quiz: Aspirin management before polypectomy

A 58-year-old man is counseled before undergoing colonoscopy and polypectomy in 10 days' time. Two years earlier, he had an inferior wall myocardial infarction. His medications are low-dose aspirin, atorvastatin, metoprolol, and enalapril. What is the most appropriate management of his aspirin therapy?

ACP launches new pain management learning hub

The series consists of seven core evidence-based and patient-centered modules and two sets of case studies. Up to 23 hours of CME/MOC credit are available, free to ACP members.

Watch ACP's new video on diversity, equity, and inclusion

Hear more about how ACP is demonstrating its commitment.

Low-intensity home-based exercise does not improve walking performance in PAD

A randomized trial found that patients with peripheral artery disease (PAD) assigned to high-intensity walking significantly improved their distances on the 6-minute walk test at 12-month follow-up, while those in a low-intensity group did not.

And the winner is …

ACP Internist Weekly has tallied the voting from its latest cartoon contest, where readers are invited to match wits against their peers to provide the most original and amusing caption.