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Solutions for Hyperhidrosis: Newly Approved Treatments and Research Update

Solutions for Hyperhidrosis: Newly Approved Treatments and Research Update

Newly approved treatment options for axillary hyperhidrosis give more opportunities for clinicians to provide personalized treatment for patients.

Low Risk for Bacterial Coinfections in Febrile Infants With Viral Infections

Low Risk for Bacterial Coinfections in Febrile Infants With Viral Infections

Infants ≤60 days old with fever and confirmed viral infections are at a lower risk for serious bacterial infections compared to infants without a virus.

Organic Food Consumption and Cancer Risk: What's the Link?

Organic Food Consumption and Cancer Risk: What's the Link?

To investigate the link between organic food consumption and cancer risk, study authors conducted a population-based prospective cohort study among French adults.

Guidelines Outlined to Ease Peds Transition to Adult Health Care

Guidelines Outlined to Ease Peds Transition to Adult Health Care

Recommendations developed in realms of infrastructure, education, payment, research.

Glucose Dysregulation Seen Years Before Diabetes Diagnosis

Glucose Dysregulation Seen Years Before Diabetes Diagnosis

Fasting plasma glucose, BMI elevated 10 years before diagnosis of prediabetes, diabetes.

Limited Success for Changing Diet and Exercise Among Nurses

Limited Success for Changing Diet and Exercise Among Nurses

At 3 months, significant increase in fruit, vegetable intake but significant decline in physical activity.

Poor Experience With PCP Linked to Hospitalization in CKD

Poor Experience With PCP Linked to Hospitalization in CKD

Risk of hospitalization up for Hispanic patients with lower scores on Ambulatory Care Experiences Survey.

Real-World Experience Differs from Trial Results for Niraparib in Recurrent Ovarian Cancer

Real-World Experience Differs from Trial Results for Niraparib in Recurrent Ovarian Cancer

Patients in the real world setting were initiated at a lower dose and experienced fewer side effects than trial participants.

2014 to 2016 Saw 470% Increase in HIV PrEP Use in US

2014 to 2016 Saw 470% Increase in HIV PrEP Use in US

Seven percent of those with indications for PrEP were prescribed PrEP, including 2.1% of women.

Aspirin, Anticoagulants Similarly Prevent VTE After TKA

Aspirin, Anticoagulants Similarly Prevent VTE After TKA

Among patients undergoing total knee arthroplasty, aspirin alone may provide protection against postoperative venous thromboembolism that is similar to that of other anticoagulants.

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