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Meta-analysis finds no real difference in safety and effectiveness between tenofovir formulations

There are no real differences between tenofovir formulations – tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF) and tenofovir alafenamide (TAF) – in terms of viral suppression and bone and renal safety, according to a systematic review and meta-analysis published in AIDS. The newer formulation of the drug (TAF) only showed superiority in terms of efficacy, and then to a modest… Read More »

Sex & Coronavirus: How to Have Sex with Your Mask On? Safety Measures to Follow During Coitus amid the COVID-19 Pandemic Without Compromising on Intense Orgasms

Sex amid coronavirus- a subject that is being discussed ever since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Many health authorities and organisation, shared tips and advisories for people to be safe while having sex while the contagious disease is taking lives all around the world. Recently a top doctor from Canada said that you might want to… Read More »

Assessing the Reproductive Safety of Antidepressants: Can Non-Randomized Studies Provide the Information We Need?

Perinatal psychiatry is a field in which we treat vulnerable patients, a mother and her child, where both the illness we are treating and the treatments we prescribe have the potential to affect the outcome.  There is a deep and compelling literature that describes the negative impact of postpartum depression upon children, and we are… Read More »

Coronavirus impact on dental practices: Slow dentistry and infection control: 4 pillars for patient safety (Video) – Dentistry IQ

Dr. Miguel Stanley tells Dr. Pamela Maragliano-Muniz that he sees the pandemic as a positive time for dentists to reset. It’s been a time of reflection for many. What does he believe will be different after the pandemic? He said now has been a time to figure out what’s wrong and what needs to be… Read More »