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An update on the ‘gliptins’
Management of difficult to treat severe asthma—what’s the evidence?
Fosfomycin for UTIs
Management of hidradenitis suppurativa
What role for capsaicin in diabetic peripheral neuropathy?
▼Empagliflozin, diabetes and outcomes
▼Sacubitril valsartan for heart failure
▼Guanfacine for ADHD in children and adolescents
Targinact for restless legs syndrome
What role for ▼vortioxetine?
Two new lipid-regulating drugs
▼Naloxegol for opioid-induced constipation
Ivermectin cream for rosacea
Green tea extract for external anogenital warts
Tiotropium: what role in asthma?
▼Apremilast for psoriasis and psoriatic arthritis
Does a low FODMAP diet help IBS?
Developments in the management of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis
▼Umeclidinium: another LAMA for COPD
Challenges in managing drooling in children
Coenzyme Q10 and statin-related myopathy
▼Olodaterol—another LABA for COPD
▼Lurasidone for schizophrenia
Does alprostadil cream hit the spot?
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