Today's Vidyyasm features information from the University of Toronto regarding a medication that inhibits the body's ability to break
down nicotine. This breakthrough medication may help many people curb the urge to smoke. Also, we've included some information for patients on smoking cessation.
On Thursdays, we're starting a new feature. Our Product Watch section will highlight products from our sponsor, Vidyya. that are related to the news of the day. The Product Watch section is not meant as a sales pitch, but rather as an illustration of the different types of media available to health professionals.
Our last article may help providers calm patients' fears after a cover story in Tuesday's Newsweek implies a link between the Measles, Mumps and Ruebella (MMR) vaccine and autism.
The articles in today's Vidyya include:
We hope you enjoy today's issue.