Bariatric surgery appears to induce changes in the gastrointestinal tract and its interactions with the endocrine system in ways that may influence glycemic control.
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Secure messaging presents an opportunity for patients and healthcare providers to collaborate on self-management issues like glycemic control, diet, and exercise.
Peptide immunotherapy may offer a personalized approach to modulating the immune response in persons with type 1 diabetes.
High costs associated with in vitro fertilization create barriers to fertility treatments that many cannot overcome.
Researchers conducted a systematic review of available literature to create a guide for optimal management of patients with type 2 diabetes and osteoporosis.
Pregnancy-associated stroke risk is even higher in women with chronic hypertension, coagulopathies, and prothrombotic conditions.
Type 2 diabetes risk appears to be increased in patients with hepatitis C virus and related disorders.
Women at high risk for preeclampsia should take low-dose aspirin as a preventive therapy.
The most important predictor for use of osteoporosis care was receiving primary care services within 6 months following hip fracture.
The 2017 criteria utilize new terminology, classify symptoms as asymptomatic or ischemic, and expand the role of fractional flow reserve.
The long-term effects of several hepatitis virus antivirals on various aspects of bone metabolism are unclear.
Patients taking tenofovir should aim to maximize the phosphorous in their diet.
Insulin types and regimens should be determined on an individual basis since there is insufficient data to support one treatment over another.
The use of combined hormonal contraceptives significantly increases the risk of ischemic stroke in women with migraine with aura but not in women with migraine without aura.
The comorbid conditions of obesity and atrial fibrillation require better prevention and treatment strategies.
Low levels of neonatal vitamin D may be linked with risk of developing multiple sclerosis.
Antihypertensive drugs and rosuvastatin did not prevent or worsen cognitive decline in those at intermediate risk for CVD.
A recent investigation found that very low sodium intake may actually increase the risk for CVD and mortality.
The current study evaluated the relationship between serum C3 levels and whole-body insulin sensitivity in nondiabetic patients with psoriatic arthritis.
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