Researchers addressed common misconceptions regarding the diagnosis and treatment of gastroparesis.
Pregnancies complicated by an antepartum sepsis hospitalization have higher odds of perinatal complications from placental dysfunction.
Researchers aimed to evaluate the risk, predictors, and prognostic outcomes of amyloidosis among patients with ankylosing spondylitis.
Many parents hoping for COVID-19 vaccines for their children younger than 12 years may get their wish this fall.
Getting the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine appears to result in significant improvements in mental health.
While in the United States preteens and teens aged 12 to 15 years have been eligible for COVID-19 vaccines since the spring, the vaccines are only now becoming available for that age group in the United Kingdom.
There have now been more than 40 million cases of COVID-19 recorded among Americans.
Racial and ethnic diversity in U.S. clinical academic departments increased, but at a slower rate than proportions of women in faculty positions, during the past three decades.
Compared with nonpharmacologic approaches, research consistently supports the benefits of medication for opioid use disorder, including fewer deaths, higher rates of sustained recovery, and greater cost-effectiveness.
This meta-analysis of studies comparing 2 or more surgical approaches vs thymectomy aimed to identify the best option for myasthenia gravis patients.
Elder mistreatment is a common problem, with poor self-reported health tied to increased later risk for mistreatment.