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Monday is no longer the most dangerous day for cardiac arrest, study finds

Manic Monday is no longer the most dangerous time for cardiac arrest: Every day is now equally risky for Americans who are constantly stressed by ’24/7 contact’ Most cardiac arrests occurred during the afternoon between 12pm and 6pm The least amount of cases took place in the early morning between 12am and 6am Previous studies… Read More »

Meta-analysis finds high but variable STI rates in PrEP studies – is PrEP the cause or a potential solution?

Werner and colleagues analysed STI rates in 24 papers concerning 20 different studies of PrEP in gay and bisexual men. These studies included randomised controlled studies such as iPrEx, PROUD and Ipergay and their open-label extensions, as well as studies targeting particular populations such as the PrEPare study for teenagers. They also included country-specific demonstration… Read More »