Most Recent Articles by Charlotte Galper
A study of the once-weekly investigational dipeptidyl peptidase-4 omarigliptin reported a clinically meaningful reduction in glycated hemoglobin that was maintained throughout the study.
Researchers assessed the impact of maternal gestational diabetes on insulin resistance and adiposity in adolescent offspring.
From 25% to 50% of patients discontinue statins within 6 months to 1 year of starting, and the rate increases as high as 75% after 2 years.
The study included over 45,000 children using second-generation antipsychotic medications between 2009 and 2013.
Height gains "substantially outpaced" bone mineral content gains during childhood, potentially leading to increased fracture risk.
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