Most Recent Articles by Roxanne Nelson, BSN, RN
Higher levels of estradiol were inversely associated with carotid artery intima-media thickness progression in the early postmenopausal cohort but positively associated with it in the late postmenopausal group.
There is little justification for the use of vitamin D supplements to maintain or improve musculoskeletal health.
Findings do not support the routine use of thyroid hormone therapy in adults with subclinical hypothyroidism.
Excess cardiovascular disease mortality persisted for many years after thyroid-ablative treatment in patients who received radioactive iodine who did not become hypothyroid.
The effect of high-intensity interval training with a bout of moderate-intensity continuous training on glucose levels was examined in T1D.
More Articles by Roxanne Nelson, BSN, RN
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