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Data from the large-scale SWAN study suggest a rethinking of HDL as beneficial for women in late perimenopause and postmenopause.
Researchers evaluate the lifetime cost-effectiveness of using SGLT2 inhibitors or GLP1 receptor agonists as first-line treatments for type 2 diabetes.
Panel recommends counseling all women aged 40 to 60 years on healthy eating and physical activity to maintain weight or prevent weight gain.
Military hospitals are implementing therapy dog programs to support patients, families, and staff.
Eating prunes daily may protect against bone loss, osteoporosis in postmenopausal women.
Expert calls Pennsylvania’s hospital strike teams short-sighted and a distraction from urgently needed evidence-based policy actions to improve nurse staffing issues.
Some health care workers who are fully vaccinated and boosted against COVID-19 do not need to quarantine following high-risk exposures, the CDC says.
Researchers report on willingness of the general US population to pay for telehealth in a post-pandemic world.
Bill would authorize PAs, NPs to provide treatment to federal workers injured on the job.
Dr April Kapu discusses what constitutes a healthy work environment in hospitals and how to create professional and personal barriers to manage burnout.
Melissa Kalensky, DNP, FNP-BC, PMHNP-BC, CNE, discusses her dual practice as a shelter-based care NP and an assistant professor at Rush University in Chicago.
NASEM offers recommendations for communicating with parents of young children about COVID-19 vaccines.
A single-session, nurse-led clinic staff education program on medication adherence leads to increased knowledge and practice changes at a FQHC.
Experts discuss emerging safety data on administration of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines during pregnancy.
Experts including AANP President Sophia L. Thomas, DNP, discuss ways to increase childhood immunization uptake and catch-up vaccines.
Nursing experts discuss strategies to reduce vaccine hesitancy and access barriers in Black, Hispanic, Orthodox Jewish, and other underserved communities.
Drinking coffee is linked to a lower risk of heart failure, challenging previous assumptions about caffeine consumption and heart health.
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