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Original Investigation | April 20, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Effect of Abuse-Deterrent Oxycodone Introduction and Propoxyphene Withdrawal

This before-after study reports that opioid dispensing and prescription opioid overdoses decreased after introduction of abuse-deterrent OxyContin and market withdrawal of propoxyphene.
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Original Investigation | April 20, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Heart Failure Epidemic in Olmsted County, Minnesota

This study evaluates trends in heart failure incidence and outcomes, overall and by preserved ejection fraction or reduced ejection fraction, between 2000 and 2010 in Olmsted County, Minnesota.
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Original Investigation | April 20, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Thyroid Function and Risk of Coronary Heart Disease

This study pools individual participant data from multiple cohorts to investigate associations between thyroid function measures within the reference range and risk of coronary heart disease.

Research Letter | April 20, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Harm of Unnecessary Hospitalization for Patients With Low-Risk Syncope

This retrospective cohort study demonstrates patient harm associated with hospitalization for low-risk syncope.

Original Investigation | April 13, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Zoledronic Acid for Osteoporosis in Frail Elderly Women

This randomized trial found that a single dose of zoledronic acid improved bone mineral density over 2 years compared to placebo in frail elderly women with osteoporosis.
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