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Original Investigation | September 19, 2016 ONLINE FIRST

Azithromycin for Acute Exacerbations of Asthma

This randomized clinical trial examines whether azithromycin added to standard care for asthma attacks in adults results in clinical benefit.
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Research Letter | September 16, 2016 FREE ONLINE FIRST

Pokémon Go—A New Distraction for Drivers and Pedestrians

This study reports on an assessment of drivers and pedestrians distracted by Pokémon GO.

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Sugar Industry and Coronary Heart Disease Research

This historical analysis uses internal sugar industry documents to describe how the industry sought to influence the scientific debate over the dietary causes of coronary heart disease in the 1950s and 1960s.
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Original Investigation | September 6, 2016 ONLINE FIRST

Overnight Extubations and Outcomes in the Intensive Care Unit

This cohort study describes the frequency of overnight extubations and assesses the association between overnight extubations and clinical outcomes among adult patients in US intensive care units in the Project IMPACT database.
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Research Letter | September 6, 2016 ONLINE FIRST

Trends in the Prevalence of Celiac Disease and Gluten-Free Diets

This study uses data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Surveys to examine the current trends in the prevalence of celiac disease and adherence to a gluten-free diet.
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