An increasing body of evidence suggests there may be ‘fetal origins’ of cardiovascular disease, and adverse conditions during pregnancy, including hypothyroidism, may play a role. A study following children born in Denmark to people with hypothyroidism during pregnancy explored this potential connection.
Researchers assessed and compared the clinical efficacy of romosozumab in patients with rheumatoid arthritis osteoporosis and primary osteoporosis.
N-nitroso-irbesartan is a probable human carcinogen based on results from laboratory tests.
Case finding is more effective than population-based screening at identifying individuals with chronic kidney disease.
There appears to be a dose-dependent risk for incident cardiovascular disease associated with enzyme-inducing antiseizure medications.
Free menstrual pads and tampons must be provided in restrooms at all California public schools and colleges starting in the 2022-2023 academic year.
The FDA announced that it is lowering the recommended levels of sodium in processed, packaged, and prepared foods.
About four of every five patients with COVID-19-related olfactory loss report smell recovery within six months.
Children with type 1 diabetes transitioning to adult diabetic care face unique challenges, including whether they have neuropathic lesions at the time of transition. Researchers sought to assess the neuropathic condition of this patient population to better define their needs.
Many observational studies in medical literature support the overall benefits of vitamin D supplementation. However, whether this is actually true is the subject of a renewed debate, particularly in muscle health.