The new Essure labeling restricts the sale and distribution of the device to only health care providers and facilities that provide information to patients about the risks and benefits of this device.
A patient living near an area experiencing frequent wildfires is concerned about the potential negative effect that the wildfires may have on his health.
Investigators sought to delay or prevent the onset of type 1 diabetes by administering a once-daily oral insulin tablet.
The USPSTF commissioned a systematic evidence review on vitamin D, calcium, and combined supplementation for the primary prevention of fractures in community-dwelling adults.
One clinic shares results after replacing magazines with tablets allowing patients to examine their risk of developing diabetes.
BMI measurement alone can also be used to determine associations between childhood and adulthood conditions.
Nearly one-third of surveyed PCPs were not familiar with the American Diabetes Association prediabetes guidelines.
A newly released recommendation statement suggests that physicians should provide lifestyle counseling to both low- and high-risk adults to prevent CVD.
The least common condition, systemic lupus erythematosus, was associated with the highest association of experiencing multiple cardiometabolic events.
Although metformin did not improve glycemic control in patients with type 1 diabetes, the treatment did improve cardiovascular disease risk management.
Exercise regimens were prescribed based on individual disease states: diabetes without complications, diabetic retinopathy, diabetic nephropathy, diabetic autonomic neuropathy, or diabetic peripheral neuropathy.
Semaglutide significantly increased insulin response and was well-tolerated in patients with type 2 diabetes.
There were no significant differences in hemoglobin A1c across the 3 self-monitoring blood glucose groups.
Despite multiple measures and goals to reduce US maternal mortality rates, the latest data suggest the United States is far behind the rest of the world in maternal health care.
Patients with cardiovascular disease and both type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease had the highest risk for mortality.
Researchers at the CDC assessed participant-level data to determine the success of the National Diabetes Prevention Program.
Thyroid cancer screening in asymptomatic adults was given a D recommendation because of the negative effects of screening outweighing any benefits.
There is a 5% probability of progression from state 1 to state 5 between retinal screenings.
Women who required insulin for gestational diabetes had an increased risk of developing postpartum diabetes.
Patients with diabetes who take anticholinergic medications for overactive bladder may have an increased risk for dementia.
A randomized controlled trial assessed whether mild lower extremity compression can be safely used in patients with diabetes and concurrent lower extremity edema.
A retrospective cohort study evaluated whether having a family history of hypertension accelerates onset of type 2 diabetes.
Recent evidence clearly indicates that patients should be eating whole foods rather than attempting to get vitamins and antioxidants from dietary supplements.
Data from 2550 patients indicated a possible relationship between admission hyperglycemia and poststroke infection.
Black and Latino youth were less likely to undergo an eye examination for diabetic retinopathy within 6 years of their diagnosis.
New research suggested that long-term exposure to increased cortisol may be associated with increased adiposity levels.
Participants who received either an 8- or 16-week course of intensive lifestyle and drug therapy achieved hemoglobin A1c criteria for complete or partial diabetes remission.
Global burden of heart disease linked to low fruit and vegetable intake was highest in Bangladesh and Mongolia, respectively.
A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial sought to determine whether liraglutide decreased the percentage of patients with prediabetes and obesity who later developed type 2 diabetes.
Gastroenterologists are in a unique position to lead a multidisciplinary care team for patients with obesity.
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