IN THIS ISSUE OF ARCHIVES OF INTERNAL MEDICINE
Considering Competing Risks … Not All Black and White
Mandated Diabetes Registries Will Benefit Persons With Diabetes
Mandated Diabetes Registries Will Not Benefit Persons With Diabetes
Rebuttal
Rebuttal
Adjunctive Use of Rifampin for the Treatment of Staphylococcus aureus Infections : A Systematic Review of the Literature
Use of Thiazolidinediones and Fracture Risk
Use of Alendronate and Risk of Incident Atrial Fibrillation in Women
Long-term Effects of Renin-Angiotensin System–Blocking Therapy and a Low Blood Pressure Goal on Progression of Hypertensive Chronic Kidney Disease in African Americans
Persistent Hot Flushes in Older Postmenopausal Women
Factors Identified as Precipitating Hospital Admissions for Heart Failure and Clinical Outcomes : Findings From OPTIMIZE-HF
Thyrotropin Levels and Risk of Fatal Coronary Heart Disease : The HUNT Study
Incorrect Middle Initial in : The Growing Burden of Diabetes Mellitus in the US Elderly Population
Postmenopausal Hormone Therapy and Stroke : Role of Time Since Menopause and Age at Initiation of Hormone Therapy
Circumstances of Death in Hospitalized Patients and Nurses' Perceptions : French Multicenter Mort-a-l'Hôpital Survey
Assessment of the Scientific Soundness of Clinical Performance Measures : A Field Test of the National Committee for Quality Assurance's Colorectal Cancer Screening Measure
The Joint Effects of Physical Activity and Body Mass Index on Coronary Heart Disease Risk in Women
Genetic Predisposition, Nongenetic Risk Factors, and Coronary Infarct