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According to the latest data, 1 in 7 US women experience perinatal depression, described as depression occurring during pregnancy and up to one year after childbirth. There is compelling evidence that perinatal depression can have short and long-term effects on both women and their children. The USPSTF has published new recommendations encouraging clinicians to screen pregnant and postpartum persons for depression and provide those who are at increased risk of perinatal depression with counseling interventions. (Grade B recommendation).


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Older Patients, Less Medications: Just Ask - Frankly Speaking EP 113

Guest: Jill Terrien PhD, ANP-BC Music Credit: Richard Onorato

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Join us as we discuss deprescribing; the provider-supervised process of discontinuing inappropriate medication(s). We will review minimizing risk, improving quality of life and maximizing patient-centered care.


What's Cooking With Food Allergies in Adults? - Frankly Speaking EP 111

Guest: Alan Ehrlich MD, FAAFP Music Credit: Richard Onorato

Many adults report having food allergies. However, many of those who have a food allergy have not been diagnosed by a physician and many who report having a food allergy may not have one at all. Join us for a discussion and recent review of data about the prevalence of food allergies in adults, and how to assess and manage food allergies.


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Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis: Preventing HIV at Hand! - Frankly Speaking EP 110

Guest: Jill Terrien PhD, ANP-BC Music Credit: Richard Onorato

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The USPSTF recently issued a Draft Grade A recommendation that all at-risk patients be offered pre-exposure prophylaxis to prevent the transmission of HIV. This multi drug, single pill regimen can lower risk of HIV and potentially prevent lifelong burden of disease. While only a draft recommendation, the USPSTF expects, after stakeholder comment, to continue to support an A recommendation to offer for all patients who are increased risk.


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Is Aspirin Effective for Primary Prevention? - Frankly Speaking EP 104

Guest: Alan Ehrlich MD Music Credit: Richard Onorato

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For patients with established cardiovascular disease,aspirin is clearly beneficial as part of secondary prevention. However, when used as primary prevention in patients without documented cardiovascular disease, its benefit is much less certain. This podcast will explore 3 recent trials that evaluated aspirin in different populations and found nobenefit for its use as primary prevention.


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Are E-Cigarettes Effective Tools for Smoking Cessation, or Are We Just Blowing Smoke? - Frankly Speaking EP 117

Guest: Jill Terrien PhD, ANP-BC & Susan Feeney, DNP, FNP Music Credit: Richard Onorato

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The FDA has not approved any ENDS product as an effective or safe smoking cessation tool. Earlier evidence did not indicate that ENDS were effective or sustainable. Most of these studies were done on earlier prototypes of e-cigarettes. A recent study from the UK found that newer generation ENDS were more successful than approved NRT products for smoking cessation. Join us as we discuss this new evidence and how it impacts strategies to assist with smoking cessation.


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Cognition and Sexuality in Older Adults - Frankly Speaking EP 114

Guest: Jill Terrien PhD, ANP-BC Music Credit: Richard Onorato

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This episode focuses on older adults and caregivers/partners in relation to their intimacy and sexuality for patients experiencing changes in cognition.


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Fear Not the Fungus Treatment - Frankly Speaking EP 122

Guest: Susan Feeney, DNP, FNP Music Credit: Richard Onorato

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Since their arrival, oral anti-fungal agents have been thought to induce liver disease. Often, these medications are avoided or used with caution and frequent laboratory testing. Join us in a discussion of a recent study that builds on previous work showing the risk of using these agents is extremely small.


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Avoiding Unnecessary Antibiotics: The Quick Take - Frankly Speaking EP 118

Guest: Alan Ehrlich MD, FAAFP Music Credit: Richard Onorato

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Antibiotics are frequently prescribed for upper respiratory infections, even when they are likely due to viral etiologies, or will resolve just as quickly without antibiotics. Many clinicians believe convincing patients they do not need to take an antibiotic is time consuming and frustrating for both parties. In fact, patients are often receptive to information on appropriate use, and the conversation can be done efficiently with practice.


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Finding Your Balance - Tai Chi to Prevent Falls in Older Adults - Frankly Speaking EP 108

Guest: Susan Feeney, DNP, FNP Music Credit: Richard Onorato

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Falls in the older population are associated with significant morbidity and mortality yet little evidence exists to determine best practices for prevention. Join us while we discuss a recent RCT that examined Tai Chi versus more traditional exercising in older individuals and its impact on reduction in falls for those at greatest risk.


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Powerful Cancer Prevention: HPV Vaccination - Frankly Speaking EP 119

Guest: Jill Terrien PhD, ANP-BC Music Credit: Richard Onorato

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Join us as we discuss HPV vaccination and the growing evidence of the benefits to those who receive the vaccine and the protection of those who are not vaccinated.


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Influenza Immunization and Lower Mortality Rates in Diabetes - Frankly Speaking EP 189

Guest: Jill Terrien PhD, ANP-BCMusic Credit: Richard Onorato

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This session will discuss an observational study performed in Denmark on how receiving the influenza vaccine affected diabetics long-term outcomes.