An intermittent fasting diet may be beneficial for reducing body mass index (BMI) and improving glycemic control, according to a recent systematic review and meta-analysis published in the Journal of Clinical Medicine.
The authors of a recent study downplaying the health risks of red meat have financial ties with meat producers.
Visual symptoms are a vital component of the morbidity encountered in patients with pituitary adenoma, can present at all stages of the disease, and may negatively affect daily activities and overall quality of life, a new review claims.
In a multicenter Italian study, researchers aimed to assess the results of somatostatin analogue treatment at non-conventional doses in patients with radiologic progression of neuroendocrine tumors.
Transgender youth on gender-affirming hormone therapy have differences in their percent fat and lean mass compared with cisgender youth.
More than half of older nonretired adults need help understanding their health insurance benefits.
The authors note that one reason for inconsistent or nonuse of contraception is barriers to access.
An international panel suggests that adults continue their current levels of consumption of red or processed meat based on evidence from five systematic reviews published online Oct. 1 in the Annals of Internal Medicine.
Medical education does not equip students to provide high-quality, effective nutrition care.
Vegetarians and fish eaters have a lower risk for ischemic heart disease compared with meat eaters, and vegetarians have a higher risk for stroke.
The benefits of early diagnosis of chronic kidney disease (CKD) are significant, as patients in whom CKD is diagnosed in the early stages have the chance to make lifestyle changes, learn how to manage their disease, and extend their lives while avoiding or postponing the need for dialysis or transplant.