Researchers found that risk factors differ between various first manifestations of cardiovascular disease in patients with type 1 diabetes.
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Overweight and obesity during preschool age are associated with increased risk for fracture in childhood.
Researchers investigated rates, risk, and risk differences of adverse events in patients receiving low-dose methotrexate compared with placebo.
The performance of the World Health Organization’s reference standard for osteoporosis diagnosis and prediction of fracture risk using bone density T-scores varies by race.
The association between menopausal status and depressive symptoms varies with increasing levels of physical activity.
Gastric bypass surgery is associated with increased risk for major osteoporotic fracture, but no such association was found for sleeve gastrectomy.
Both autoimmune and nonimmune hypothyroidism are associated with vitamin D deficiency.
Weight change, glycemic control, and sulfonylurea use are determinants of either preservation or decline in microvascular function in patients with type 2 diabetes.
The increased mortality rate in patients with autoimmune polyendocrinopathy-candidiasis-ectodermal dystrophy is mostly related to endocrine and metabolic diseases, infections, and oral and esophageal malignancies.
Machine learning identifies factors related to obesity, dyslipidemia, and inflammation as predictors of noncalcified coronary burden in patients with psoriasis, a study finds.
Plasma levels of high-sensitivity cardiac troponins can improve the stratification of mortality risk beyond the comorbidity burden in older adults with diabetes.
Clinical guidelines from the American Thyroid Association are inconsistent with the GRADE framework in assigning strength of recommendations.
Individuals with diabetes are at increased risk for acute mesenteric ischemia, an emergency vascular complication.
Lean and tall girls are at increased risk for endometriosis, but not adenomyosis, in adulthood.
Compared with other insulins, use of insulin glargine is not associated with increased risk for breast cancer in women over 65 years of age.
Neurocognitive function in children is unimpaired by persistent idiopathic subclinical hypothyroidism and is not affected by levothyroxine supplementation.
Researchers aimed to characterize pediatric sellar and suprasellar lesions that initially manifested as central diabetes insipidus, with the goal of improving differential diagnosis and early treatment initiation.
Prenatal exposure to n-butyl paraben was associated with early overweight development in girls in an epidemiologic and translational study.
Denosumab increases bone mineral density and decreases vertebral fracture risk in postmenopausal women with osteoporosis and diabetes.
Recovery after multilevel lumbar interbody fusion is similar between patients who receive weekly teriparatide and bisphosphonate therapy.
Researchers aimed to elucidate the relationship between central obesity and cognition in older adults with T2D.
Tramadol use is associated with increased risk for hip fracture compared with other commonly prescribed pain medications.
Nutrition, pollution, stress, and harsh skin care — climate and sun exposure, too — may be the most frequent contributing factors to acne, according to a large, international study.
A history of gestational diabetes is associated with increased risk for dyslipidemia.
Red cell distribution width values are associated with risk for fracture in older men, particularly those with anemia.
Real-world use of continuous glucose monitoring systems improves glycemic control and reduces the frequency of rare and dangerous events in pediatric type 1 diabetes.
The researchers aimed to identify the association between serum AMH levels and preterm delivery in women with PCOS who underwent in vitro fertilization.
Automated insulin delivery by a mobile closed-loop control system represents a feasible option for glycemic control in type 1 diabetes, with some improvements still needed in device connectivity.
In older adults, no significant changes in bone strength or structure were noted after 2 years of daily vitamin D supplementation.
Hypothyroidism, hyperglycemia, and low adrenocorticotrophic hormone levels are associated with lower bone mass in patients with thalassemia major.
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